Saturday, 8 October 2016

Portloe to Portholland

This is a short hike of just over 2 miles, but quite tough, due to its up and down nature and slimy surface when wet. 
Starting at Portloe, a quintissential tiny Cornish fishing village, once renowned as a base for smuggling French brandy, we walked the coast path to Portholland and then took the easier, but longer route back to Portloe via the narrow country lanes.
Portloe harbour
The scenery was attractive, if not dramatic, with good views of the approach to Dodman Point, and looking back to Falmouth Bay. 
Towards distant Dodman Point
Approaching West Portholland
 

2 comments:

  1. We're planning a trip to Cornwall in a year or so. What are recommended highlights for hiking, etc. Ta, Bob

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    1. Bob, if you click on the link to More Cornish Walks at the bottom of the post, you will find our favourite walks on the north and south coasts of Cornwall.

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