Today we went for a short walk from the historical tin mine site Wheal Coates to Chapel Porth beach near St Agnes in Cornwall.
We parked at the National Trust car park at Wheal Coates to begin, staying in the car for a while to enjoy some vegan Rowes pasties we picked up on the way!
And to stay out of the rain for a while longer, as typically it started chucking it down just before we arrived!
Not wanting to waste our journey, we braved the elements and got pelted in the face with icey wind and rain as we walked down to see the ruins and remains of this famous UNESCO World Heritage site.
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4 thoughts on “Wheal Coates to Chapel Porth coastal walk”
Looking forward to getting this big W and the blog is a good read to. Thanks.
I’d love to visit Wheal Coates, it looks fascinating, and quite haunting. The dramatic landscape is beautiful, too.
It was lovely, and maybe not so easy to tell in the photos, but it was pouring with rain! We were so cold and wet! Looking forward to seeing the difference on a sunnier, warmer day 🙂
looks a great walk