Kiberick Cove - circular walks

Kiberick Cove

The beach at Kiberick Cove, Cornwall

Kiberick Cove is sandy with some areas of boulders. A fairly well-worn path leads down from the coast path. This has a fairly gentle gradient for most of the way down but the last part cuts back across steeper ground crossed by a spring (which is therefore slippery especially in winter months). The spring also seeps out onto some areas of rock making these slippery. There have been some cliff falls near where the path reaches the beach.

Circular walks visiting Kiberick Cove

  • 5.2 miles/8.3 km - Moderate-strenuous

    Nare Head to Portloe


    Nare Head to Portloe

    5.2 miles/8.3 km - Moderate-strenuous

    A circular walk around Nare Head, past the restored Cold War nuclear bunker, to the pretty fishing village of Portloe, with views along the length of The Roseland coast and over The Whelps reef - a graveyard for sailing ships that misjudged the entrance to Falmouth.

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