The Roseland Heritage Coast
Footpaths traverse this nature preserve on a peninsula with a lighthouse & sweeping water views. Interweaved with creeks and valleys, this remote peninsula on the south coast of Cornwall is a hidden treasure. Walking, kayaking and sailing are all fantastic ways to explore the Roseland landscape. The combination of cliffs, creeks, headlands, woods and lovely beaches, linked by many miles of footpaths, gives a fantastic variety of walks.
The Roseland Heritage Coast The Atlantic-battered North Cornish Coast is for most of us a classic sea coast. Cliffs, inlets, coves, stacks, reefs… a different face as the rock changes. Hartland, including its 11km section in Cornwall, is perhaps the wildest of all Heritage Coasts.
Cornwall Multi-Entry Multi-Directional Visitors Guide © Simon Newbound