Combine a visit to two of Cornwall’s most picturesque and contrasting ports with a return ferry trip across St Austell Bay between Fowey and Mevagissey. With the possibility of being escorted by dolphins along the way!
Enjoy wild flowers, wooded countryside and fine views on this 5.5km route which takes you along a flat, former railway line from St Austell to the beach and harbour at Pentewan with the option of continuing to the unspoilt fishing village of Mevagissey.
The Hall Walk is one of the most popular walks in Cornwall. It is a circular walk and two ferry crossings complete the circle. The walk can be started from either Fowey, Bodinnick or Polruan, all of which have car parking.
Mevagissey reflects Cornwall’s traditional fishing heritage with narrow streets packed with shops, cafés, galleries, pubs and more. The working harbour is always filled with a rainbow of fishing boats.
Charlestown Harbour is the last open 18th Century Georgian harbour in the UK and is proud to be a UNESCO world heritage site. Transport yourself back in time with classic Tallships, beautiful beaches and great places to eat and drink whilst enjoying the breath-taking views.
Fowey & Polruan can be found either side of the Fowey estuary connected via a passenger ferry at one end and a car ferry the other. Both offer the tranquility and exquisite views synonymous with a Cornish seaside towns combined with a friendly and thriving community, excellent shops, restaurants and facilities.
At the head of the Fal River is Truro, Cornwall’s capital, a place with a great deal to offer. From history to shopping and pleasure, it’s all here. With something for all the family in Truro – great open spaces, the Royal Cornwall Museum and one of the country’s leading theatres.
Now well known as the antiques capital of Cornwall, Lostwithiel is a charming friendly town with a thriving community. It mixes a quirky array of shops, galleries, pubs and places to eat. For golf lovers It’s home to Lostwithiel Golf & Country Club and for garden lovers The Duchy of Cornwall Nursery.
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