St Agnes

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Well done for reaching St Agnes!

St Agnes is a pretty village, unspoilt by time and full of character. Take a stroll down Stippy Stappy past quaint Sea Captains Cottages, to the ruined harbour and the beach at Trevaunance Cove. 

There is an excellent range of pubs and restaurants to find a bite to eat once you've walked the coastal footpath, take a circular walk round to Chapel Porth and visit the ruins of the Wheal Coates Mine or savour some simply stunning scenerey from the lofty St Agnes Beacon (629ft).

Picturesque Jericho Valley leads to the Blue Hills Tin Streaming Works and the cove at Trevellas Porth is a short distance away.

Click here for VisitCornwall’s guide to activities in and around St Agnes

Walks & Cycle Routes

Crantock Circular Walk - Short walk offering the walker beautiful views over a tranquil estuary and sweeping Atlantic coast as well as the chance to explore the pretty coastal village of Crantock.

Perranporth to St Agnes - The majority of this walk is fairly level and enjoys excellent cliff top walking.  Experience the mining heritage from start to finish, keep your eye out for the birdlife and the wild flowers.

Trenance gardens and boating lake - A predominantly level path taking in Trenance boating lake and gardens in Newquay.

The Engine House Trail - Hens An Jynjyow (Hayle to Truro) Multi-Use Trail

Click here for all walks that have been added to the Walk4Life website for in and around St Agnes

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