Walk from The Point to Port Isaac, The Rumps, Pentire Point, Lundy Bay, Trebetherick or Rock.

5 top walks – all of different length and varying levels of difficulty. Stay in one of our self catering holiday cottages and explore the coast – or just park in our car park and enjoy the spectacular walks.

The walks have been mapped out by Alice, a third year Geography student at Swansea University who enjoyed growing up on the North Cornish coast. This summer Alice undertook a University assignment with The Point, mapping 5 walking routes to encourage visitors to make the most of the local area. Thank you Alice!

Please click on each heading for a detailed map and route guide. You can print this and take it with you on your walk.


A two and a half hour circular walk from The Point to Lundy Bay takes you through some of the beautiful Cornish countryside towards the stunning sea views along the South West Coast Path and the beach itself. This route goes through Polzeath, which is home to many of our ‘Things to do’ activities, before returning to The Point.

The Rumps and Pentire Point

A walk around The Rumps and Pentire Point takes three hours and gives spectacular views both out to sea, down the Camel Estuary and along the North Cornish coastline. As you continue to walk through fields, campsites and along the South West Coast Path the views become evermore stunning culminating in the fantastic scenery at Pentire Point.

Port Isaac

This walk to Port Isaac will take you the majority of the day and is not for the faint hearted. The route takes you inland through St Minver before curving through farmland as you reach Port Isaac. From Port Isaac you walk along the South West Coast Path past Port Quin to Lundy Bay before cutting back through farmland towards The Point. This 13.33mile walk will take you a minimum of five and a half hours.


A circular walk lasting two and a half hours, takes you around Brea Hill and along the beaches. You see the picturesque Padstow and the spectacular views along the Camel Estuary. Along the route there are the options to take the Ferry across the estuary from Rock to Padstow, or visit the beautiful St Enodoc church.


This four mile walk, perfect for families, takes you along the South West Coast Path around the headland at Trebetherick Point. The route has wonderful views across the Camel Estuary and the Doom Bar to Stepper Point and Hawkers Cove. Visit St Enodoc church on your way or if you fancy a swim en route you are spoilt for choice take your pick from Polzeath, Greenaway and Daymer Bay.