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After our near disastrous drive to Trebah the previous day, we decided to leave the motorhome where it was and walk along the coastal path to the lovely fishing village of Cadgwith where we could treat ourselves to a pub lunch.
We’d always enjoyed walking along the South West Coast Path, whether in Dorset, Devon, Cornwall or North Somerset. Every step of the way, there’s beautiful and unspoilt scenery to appreciate and, although I also love walking in the countryside, the spectacular views across the sea from a cliff top never fail to add an extra sparkle. Over the years we’ve walked along most of this outstanding coastal path in small sections, including this walk to Cadgwith, but could never tire of it. I’d love to take on the challenge of the whole 630 mile walk sometime, but that would involve a great deal of planning, as well as time. But maybe one day I will manage it.