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This 3.6 mile moderate walk follows part of the South West Coast Path from Boscastle along the cliffs bordering the ancient fields of Forrabury, before heading inland through Minster Wood,and then along the Valency Valley. In 2004 these steep-sided...more
All reviews stunning views crackington haven watch tower the cliff beautiful village interesting shops ascents and descents national trust shop great walk witchcraft museum challenging walk blow hole ups and downs pretty village plenty of places to eat witch craft walking boots
this was one of the few places i was glad to have my boots....it was a bit rainy and so slick on the rocks. but what a view...It was so different from the rest of Cornwall....and you could just imagine a boat trying to get...More
If you have visited Boscastle before and after the flood you can see that the work put in to restore it has been fantastic.
Walk left of the river towards the sea and you will find a path that leads up the coast headland and...More
A very beautiful harbour town, quite little! Some lovely little shops and tearooms. The views of the sea, rocks and harbour were so gorgeous! We had an under 2 and buggy so couldn't do the very beautiful looking hill side walks which I'm sure had...More
Boscastle is a very pretty area of North Cornwall. Take plenty of warm clothing as the area is quite open at the harbour entrance. There are a selection of local shops and plenty of cafe. The tourist information is friendly and helpful. We also went...More