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  • The South West Coast Path shared Easy Hiker - Adventure for Beginners's post. more
  • Port Quin, Cornwall. Just South of Port Isaac is the small, beautiful and tranquil harbour of Port Quin. The village, if you can call it that, is just a tiny collection of national trust properties and a few dwellings and is sometimes referred to as 'The Village that Died' as it has been abandoned on at least two occasions, once when the annual pilchard harvest failed and once when most of the men of the village were lost at sea in a violent storm. Port Quin also featured in the 'original' 1970s version of Poldark and the 1998 film 'Amy Foster'. Situated on the South West Coast Path, there are many walks in the area of various lengths and difficulty. The village is also noted as a kayaking and Coasteering centre. If you are feeling less adventurous, there is a pleasant beach with safe swimming and lots of rock pools to explore. Please feel free to share/comment/tag or like, this photo and any other photos from my facebook page. All I ask is that you credit www.facebook.com/KernowPhotos and, if you feel inclined, like my page in return. more
  • An amazing achievement by @Barefoot_PDQ who broke the record for the fastest completion of the #SWCoastPath #630miles http://bit.ly/1JhZ6a9 barefootpdqswcp2015.wordpress.com more
  • Crashing Wave at Botallack near St Just #cornwall #lovecornwall #nationaltrust more
  • Step into Spring with the North Devon & Exmoor walking festival with views of the #SWCoastPath http://ow.ly/i/asnDI http://ow.ly/LTJX9 ow.ly more
  • Godrevy Lighthouse, St Ives Bay, Cornwall. At the end of Hayle's three mile long beach Godrevy Lighthouse marks the eastern end of St Ives Bay. The octagonal lighthouse was built in the late 1850's to warn shipping of the offshore reef. This particular photo was taken from the South West Coast path where it crosses the extensive sand dunes at Upton Towans. The lighthouse is no longer used. The warning light was replace with an LED lamp on a steel gantry the adjacent rock in 2012. Please feel free to share/comment/tag or like, this photo and any other photos from my facebook page. All I ask is that you credit www.facebook.com/KernowPhotos and, if you feel inclined, like my page in return. more
  • Fantastic week so far walking Salcombe to Dartmouth. Excellent stretch. X more
  • Looking on Blackpool Sands more
  • The South West Coast Path shared Walkitcornwall's post. more

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