Circular walks visiting Millendreath beach

Circular walks visiting Millendreath beach

The beach at Millendreath, Cornwall

Millendreath beach faces south and the high cliffs either side shelter it from the wind, making it a sun-trap. The pier along the left-hand side of the beach was constructed to trap seawater, forming a bathing pool. At low tide, it's possible to walk along the foreshore to the neighbouring beaches. To the west, it's possible to reach Plaidy and East Looe beaches, and to the east it's possible to reach Bodigga and Keveral beaches and even Seaton. Care must be taken not to be cut-off by the incoming tide, however.

  • 6 miles/9.6 km - Moderate-strenuous

    Seaton to Millendreath

    Seaton Beach

    Seaton to Millendreath

    6 miles/9.6 km - Moderate-strenuous

    A circular walk in an area of Cornwall so off the beaten track that No Man's Land is a real place name and a breeding colony of monkeys live in the woodland, in a sanctuary set up by father of the classical guitarist, John Williams.

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