Coverack to Roskilly’s along the coastal footpath in Cornwall
The coastal footpath in Cornwall has some stunning walks.
Starting at Coverack this is a circular walk of about 5 miles and has the Roskilly’s ice cream farm along the way!!!!! They do great lunches too.
Park in the honesty car park at the bottom of the hill as you get down to the sea front. From here follow the lane to the left, along the sea front and up behind some houses. This eventually turns into the coastal footpath which winds its way down to the wild flower meadows around Lowland Point area.
After the jetty in the disused quarry look out for the many orchids on the banks as you drop down to Godrevy Cove ( old pirates haunt).
Take path, from the back of Godrevy Cove, up valley to Rosenithon. Go left at the T junction, at the top of the lane.
After 1km look out for gate and stile on left, this path runs roughly parallel to the road through a nature reserve, across a field and into a second wooded nature reserve with ponds. This brings you back onto the lane near Roskilly’s.
Back onto the road past Roskilly’s and take path signed to Coverack (approx 150m).