Gunwalloe, famous for smuggling and shipwrecks in westerly gales, is a great place to start the walk from St Michael's Mount to the Lizard.
North Devon's beaches have been designated the UK's first National Surf Reserve, and walking is the best way to see Putsborough's beaches.
Wildlife-lovers can view seals, sunfish, and basking sharks on this 30-mile walk via craggy clifftops, old mining landscapes, and St. Ives.
Explore beautiful meadows, craggy headlands, and shaded woodland while visiting Dartmouth's art galleries and boutiques and eating fresh fish in Brixham, a colorful port with a lovely harbor.
This relatively gentle 7-mile (11.3 km) section of the path takes you through Exmoor National Park. You'll enjoy views of the rugged coastline, including the stunning Porlock Bay
Starting in the charming town of Salcombe, this 4-mile (6.4 km) walk offers stunning vistas of the South Devon coastline.
The Jurassic Coast is a UNESCO World Heritage Site, and walking along this section of the South West Coast Path allows you to explore 185 million years of geological history.