Walking and Rambling in Tintagel
Get back to nature and stride out on foot to explore the beauty of this part of the country. Whether it be walking routes or off the beaten track, you’re sure to enjoy wandering around and taking in the sights.
Head north along the coast path to reach Tintagel Castle, the ruin linked with Arthurian legend. Carry on to Barras Nose, pass the Iron Age hillfort at Willapark and continue on to the sandy beach at Bossiney Haven. Beyond Benoath Cove you’ll reach an inlet where river meets sea. This is spectacular Rocky Valley. Enjoy a magical walk by the river back to town. Then it’s a mere ten minutes home.
Or walk to St Nectan’s Glen. It’s a wonderful spot, soaked in mysticism. Ancient woodland, ivy clad trees, rare plant specimens and a magnificent 60 foot waterfall will delight your inner sprite.
What makes it special
- Fantastic views from the Cornish Coastal Path
- Wander inland towards Bodmin Moor
Other things to do nearby
Houses the world's largest collection of witchcraft related artifacts. One of Cornwall's most popular museums.
Set high on a craggy peninsular overlooking a dramatic stretch of Cornish coast, Tintagel Castle offers much more than regular English Heritage ruins.
A stunning stretch of terrain and scenery to Tintagel.
Take a surf lesson at Widemouth bay and enjoy a well earned Fish and Chip supper in Bude before heading back to Boscastle for a pint of real ale in the Cob Web Inn.
The jagged tor of Rough Tor is 1313 ft above sea level, making it the second highest point in Cornwall and a famous landmark of Bodmin Moor.
The largest, fastest and most exciting race circuit in the South West. Visit for a quick practice or challenge your friends to a race!
The Speedgums are a high energy and soulful three-piece band from hay on Wye consisting of double bass, banjo, ukulele, trumpet, flute, harmonica and kazoo.
Enter the magical land of Cornwall’s Camel Creek Adventure Park and hold on tight for Morgawr, the exciting roller coaster - great family fun! Visit the website
Sail out of Padstow harbour out of the spectacular Camel Estuary. Look out for Grey Seals, Dolphins, Porpoises and Basking Sharks. See the Sealife Safari website
Take to the sea and enjoy a mackerel or bass fishing trip, or wreck and reef trip from Padstow Harbour. Visit the Emma Kate website For bookings see the Padstow Angling Centre website