Circular walks visiting Penberth Cove

The beach at Penberth Cove, Cornwall

Penberth cove is dominated by the slipway and at high tide, either side of this are granite boulders. At low tide, some sand is revealed. Dogs are not allowed on the slipway for food hygene reasons - fish for human consumption is landed here.

  • 3 miles/4.9 km - Moderate

    Porthcurno to Penberth Cove

    Porthcurno to Penberth Cove

    3 miles/4.9 km - Moderate

    A circular walk with spectacular coastal scenery from Porthcurno to Penberth Cove, passing the famous wobbling boulder of Logan Rock and returning via the escape route from the wartime tunnels which housed one of the world's largest telegraph stations.

  • 7.6 miles/12.3 km - Moderate-strenuous

    St Buryan to Penberth Cove

    St Buryan to Penberth Cove

    7.6 miles/12.3 km - Moderate-strenuous

    A circular walk along the granite cliffs and the valleys of St Loy's and Penberth Coves where colourful gardens flourish in one of the mildest winter climates on the British mainland.

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