ST MAWES WALKS
From Place: from Easter to the end of October take the Place foot ferry across the harbour for coastal walks with views to Falmouth and the Lizard peninsula.
St Mawes to St Just: the walk from St Mawes along the coast to St Just church is very popular and a lovely walk. This waterside church is set in sheltered sub tropical gardens and should not be missed. The many eateries at the end of the walk back in St Mawes are always very welcome.During the season there are guided walks of the village. For details you should contact the Roseland Visitor Centre situated in the main village car park. The centre is able to supply maps of a number of local walks. Treasure Trails sell a range of walks which keep the whole family entertained with features to spot and historic links to the area.
The Fal River Walk incorporates ferries and great scenery - even when it's wet, it's great fun and you enjoy a fantastic cream tea in St Mawes at the end.