I love walking the Cornish coastal paths. You get to see the beaches from a different view and whenever we’re in Cornwall, I’m always stunned by how clear, blue and turquoise the seas actually are.
From the beach, you simply can’t always tell how incredible the water truly is. Definitely take a walk up the coastal paths when you see them to appreciate the full beauty of the Cornish sea and the stunning coastal views.
Today I walked a short coastal path from Daymer Beach to Brea Beach in Cornwall. Including walking across Daymer beach from their car park, the walk there and back was around 3km. If you don’t have a lot of things to carry then it was much quieter at Brea Beach and not far at all.
We prefer finding quieter spots when we can, however I left Ben and the kids paddling in the water at Daymer Beach which was pretty busy. I went for a walk alone to see the next beach along. The coast path looked amazing and I just had to see the views.
The kids were happy playing in the water so I didn’t want to drag them with me on this one! I was happy to wait for bigger waves at Watergate Bay later in the day for my fill of bodyboarding!
Daymer Beach: perfect shallow water for young kids
Walking the coastal path from Daymer Beach to Brea Beach, Rock