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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


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Walking holiday in Cornwall starring colours and music

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Music and walking eh? I'm just a pig in sh*!

Jo, Shelley, Jenny, Sabine, Eric and Ian arrived Saturday 12th. We talked, we laughed we enquired and we enjoyed. Monday we went all out to show the best estuary, woodland and coastal walk on the Roseland. Froe Creek, Percuil River and St Anthony's headland and Towan Beach. Tuesday we were on the Lizard Peninsula from Cadgwith to Church Cove, inland to Grade Church to Poltesco and back to Cadgwith. Basking sharks, three of them between Cadgwith and Church Cove. Gentle giants! Wednesday was a special day.

The "Three beaches walk" at Nanjizal Bay with strawberries on the beach on a crystal blue sky aquamarine sea hot day. Then onto Porthgwarra and Porth Chapel before a tour of the Minack Theatre. Thursday with Martin of Adventureline at the helm was a day on the Moors at Twelve Mans Moor and Kilmar Tor. I was off at the Tregenna Castle Hotel entertaining for Karla and Christian's wedding. Friday we were on the north coast from Trevone Bay around Stepper point to Padstow. Beautiful weather, a slight breeze and a week drawing to the close. Tide was out so we walked into Padstow for a couple of miles along the beach. Where else can you do this, I ask you? Answers on a postcard......

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