|Start||Cremyll Ferry Landing Stage - PL10 1HX|
|Length||3.5 miles (5.7 km)|
A walk along a very unusual section of the Coast Path, passing mainly through parkland with stunning views across Plymouth Sound and a wealth of historical interest. Children will love to ramble through the grounds of Mount Edgcumbe, with its many fascinating features, and will enjoy the beach at Kingsand. An especially inspiring walk in early spring, when the National Camellia Collection is in full bloom, and in autumn, when the leaves in the woodland start to turn.
This walk is particularly good for dogs as it passes a beach and pubs where dogs are welcome. Have a look at our Top Dog Walks on the South West Coast Path for more dog-friendly beaches and pubs.
Fairly level but with one steep uphill section about halfway along. The sections around Cremyll, Mount Edgcumbe House and Gardens and the old carriageway at the Kingsand end are suitable for wheelchair users and pushchairs.
Orangery Restaurant in Mt Edgcumbe, Kingsand and Cawsand.
Near to the end of the walk in Kingsand the Rising Sun is recommended by users of www.doggiepubs.org.uk as serving good food and being dog-friendly.
Bus service No. 81B from Torpoint to Cremyll via Cawsand and Kingsand. For timetable information, zoom in on the interactive map and click on the bus stops, visit Traveline or phone 0871 200 22 33.
A frequent passenger ferry from Admiral's Hard, Stonehouse, Plymouth to Cremyll. Summer boat service from the Barbican in Plymouth to Cawsand Beach and back.
Cremyll and Cawsand.
Cremyll (Postcode for Sat Navs: PL10 1HX).
Cawsand (Postcode for Sat Navs: PL10 1PG).