Walking the Coastal Path in Cornwall

On the edge of land and water, questions solve themselves

We round this trip already walk Land’s End and walk in four days from St. Ives and end up in Penzance. The varied and spectacular coasts, the alternation of wind, clouds and sun, the presence of the sea, the walking make the whole a mini pilgrimage. You completely immerse yourself in the landscape. A few times a day you stand still for a moment and concentrate or meditate together. The last day we visit St. Michaels Mount, the little brother of Mont St. Michel in France. We spend the night in comfortable Bed and Breakfasts.


9th – 15th of July 2020

The program

July 9 This is not organized collectively. It can be done by train, plane or train, with own transport. Ideal to combine this with a slightly longer stay. We can advise the trip.
July 10 St. Ives – Zennor, 10.5 km
July 11 Zennor – St. Just, 19.5 km
July 12 St. Just – Porthcurno, 20 km
July 13 Porthcurno – Penzance, 17.5 km
July 14: Penzance area: St. Michaels Mount and possibly the famous stone constructions of Men-an-Tol.
July 15 Return journey

Tour guide

Tjeerd Gorter

How do we travel?

The trip consists of two travel days (Back and forth, see above for the possibilities). Four days we walk and the last day we either cycle around or hike to St. Michaels Mount.

The accommodations

You spend the night in twin rooms in B&B’s. For single rooms you pay a surcharge


€995, including overnight stays and breakfast and transport of your luggage from address to address. The price does not include transportation on site, various ferries, accesses, supervision and lessons, Calamity Fund, SGR and ANVR.Reis to Cornwall, lunch, dinner and own expenses.

Contribution Calamity Fund: €2,50

If you want a single room and it is available, there is a surcharge.

Number of participants


Register at

Send an email to info@splendid-life.nl. Registration goes in order of registration. If there is sufficient participation, you will be given a formal statement.