The picture comes from our bus shelter, in the middle of the village of Gunwalloe. It illustrates all there is to do, within walking distance: from Loe Bar (on the left) to Marconi's memorial, (on the right).

Gunwalloe sits on the South West Coast Path, between Porthleven and Mullion, on the west side of the Lizard peninsula. We have wonderful walks for anyone to enjoy. The coastline is rugged and beautiful at the same time, and full of history (shipwrecks etc).

Walking at Penrose includes a great walk to Dollar Cove and Church Cove, along with some interesting history.
Gunwalloe Coves circular walk, more cool history, along with your walk.

Walks on the Lizard Peninsula

The Lizard peninsula has some stunning walks. We will be happy to drive out with you to drop your car off at one point, and then drive you to another point. The following are some example walks:

Rinsey to Porthleven Mining history, overlooking the cliffs, to beautiful harbour village. 1 hour.

Gunwalloe to Porthleven Across Loe bar, Loe pool.

Gunwalloe to Poldhu BeachStop off at Church Cove, along the way. Great café at Poldhu.

Gunwalloe to MullionA longer walk, some Marconi history, between Poldhu and Mullion.

Mullion to Kynance Cove

Kynance Cove to Lizard PointKynance Cove is renown as one of the most beautiful places in Cornwall. But it remains beautiful all the way to the Lizard.

Lizard Point to Cadgwith CoveAnother gorgeous walk, Cadgwith is a picturesk Cornish fishing village, and still active. The pub is pretty cool too.

Cadgwith Cove to Kennack Sands

Kennack Sands to Coverack

Coverack to Porthoustock

Portouthstock to Gillan

Gillan to Gweek


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