Today's walkitcornwall quote
I've published my pictures on facebook and my friends cannot believe that Cornwall is so amazingly beautiful. One of my friends is thinking of taking her mum on your walking holiday:-) I've recommended Walkitcornwall to her, as being based in Falmouth is definitely a better option and from personal experience, she will have a great and fun time with you.
- Kasia, Poland
Falmouth Walking and Music Festival September 2017
Falmouth Walking and Music Festival
Falmouth Walking and Music Festival 2017 including The Best of the Lizard
Friday September 22nd - Sunday 1st October
A new walking festival with a twist. Walking and Music. My two passions in life that I have been lucky enough to earn a living from over 30 years. All in one Falmouth festival. Sponsored by Hawkshead Falmouth.
A variety of guided walks with an assortment of guides.
A selection of music venues with some of the best musicians and songwriters in Cornwall.
Day Walks along the South West Coast Path along the Helford River, on the Roseland Peninsula and around the Lizard Peninsula, the heel of Cornwall with short evening walks discovering different aspects of the maritime town of Falmouth.
Early evening walks through Falmouth taking in its history, people, maritime heritage, ghost stories and it's status as the most popular coastal town in the UK.
walkitcornwall walks are up to 7.5 miles (12km) per day of this unique and beautiful coastline. with a number of day walks to choose from and then back to Falmouth for the varied nightlife, music events and 50 assorted restaurants.
Do you fancy a leisurely guided walking holiday around the best bits of the coastal path on the Lizard peninsula including walking Kynance Cove and Mullion, Cadgwith and the southernmost point of the UK, Coverack and the Helford river from Helford Passage to Falmouth.
7.5 miles (12kms) per day at a leisurely pace of 1.5mph with the best short walks from Porthleven in the West via Lizard Point, the southernmost point, up the east coast of the Lizard peninsula and across the Helford River to Falmouth.
Sit back and enjoy the slides at the top of the page of the Lizard peninsula.
More Information will be coming to you with a full itinerary of day walks and evening walks by a variety of guides.
Then click on the markers on the map below for lots of photos of some of the highlights of the some of the possible day treks.
. We will send you some more info as we get together a number of guides and guided walks and some wonderful evening gigs with some of the best original songwriters in Cornwall.
Falmouth Walking and Music Festival - Friday September 22nd to Sunday 1st October 2017
Unique geology means unique soils, flowers and land management.
The pace averages 7.5 miles (12 km) per day, which is about one mile an hour.
So much to see, say and soak up. It's a 37-mile (60 km) stroll over five days.
We walk, we stop, we walk a little more, taking in the unique natural history, the historical surroundings, the stories of ancient folk, cultural and industrial heritage and other tales of contemporary Cornwall.
Hopefully a Chough or a seal will stop us in our tracks.
We know when to be quiet and let the scenery do the talking.
We offer you the chance to stay at one of the Falmouth's best accommodation providers if you want to stay for the whole 9 day festival.