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A great walk

We have done this walk from Hemmick Beach to Mevagissey on several occasions. The views are... read more

Reviewed 11 June 2018
Kevin H
Birmingham, United Kingdom
Another nice stretch

Starting at The Rising Sun inn at Portmellon Cove, the path runs south-east towards Chapel Point... read more

Reviewed 22 June 2017
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A moderate 3.7 mile South West Coast Path walk between two coves where people have been sheltering from the wild westerlies since Stone Age times. On a clear day you can see right along the South Cornish coastline from Turbot Point - a headland also...more
Suggested duration: 2-3 hours
| Gorran Haven Car Park, Gorran Haven PL26 6JG, England
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Reviewed 11 June 2018

We have done this walk from Hemmick Beach to Mevagissey on several occasions. The views are stunning and it makes you realise what a beautiful country we have. Good for wildlife, particularly birds. [I saw a Yellowhammer last year]. Always good to stop off at...More

Thank Kevin H
Reviewed 22 June 2017

Starting at The Rising Sun inn at Portmellon Cove, the path runs south-east towards Chapel Point with great views over Mevagissey Bay. It then turns south-wet hugging the cliff to, and eventually runs down to Gorran Haven Harbour. A great walk with lots of bird...More

Thank MedEngland
Reviewed 8 January 2017

Easy 7 mile round walk to mevagissey and back with great views to the sea. The small bays good for sea life, spent time watching the seals

2  Thank janicecahill58
Reviewed 13 December 2016

We used to do this a lot pre kids. Either in the Gorran Haven to Mevagissey and back guise or making it circular by walking Gorran Haven up to Gorran (past the Church), down through Cotna to Portmellon, and back via the coast (with or...More

4  Thank Kernowshep
Reviewed 21 November 2016

We walked a short part of this path form Gorran Haven to Mevagissey. It's a gorgeous path, but was a bit slippy undersoot and the one thing I'd say in warning about Cornwall's coastal paths is there is lots of up and down. If you...More

5  Thank mama_rain
Reviewed 5 September 2016

Simply the best view in the world... Dont forget your camera or painter's kit. It might get quite windy up there, but who cares...

1  Thank Štěpán J
Reviewed 29 July 2016

The hike from Portmellon to Gorran Haven is gorgeous. There's some up-and-down but that makes for beautiful bluff views out over the ocean. In Gorran Haven there's "The Haven" which makes a great destination for lunch with their wonderful fish n chips. We were going...More

Thank Over60Countries
Reviewed 17 July 2016

ok its a walk, and its really nice... not sure what else to say mevagissey is worth a stop some nice places to eat and drink.. a bit up and down but if you are experienced walker its nothing.. possibly not good for the old!...More

Thank Carl K
Reviewed 8 July 2016

This is a relatively easy walk around the cliff tops, great views especially on a sunny day. There is all day parking in gorran haven for £3 and you can easily do a round walk to mevagissey and back or the other way to dodmans.

Thank Yorkie137
Reviewed 18 November 2015 via mobile

Stunning views, fantastic wildlife (including snake) an area of absolutely unspoiled beauty. A wonderful walk with the wind in your hair. Don't miss you.

Thank Gary H
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