We provide guided walks around Fowey, Polruan and the harbour. This is your opportunity to explore the area with a knowledgeable accredited guide. Just turn up on the day for Fowey town and Polruan walks or use our contact form to book the Hall Walk or private walks tailored to your needs.
Explore the ancient town of Fowey The town has narrow streets and medieval buildings. It was a major port in the West in the medieval period and today is still a main exporting port. Come and discover some of the places and people that made it famous 10.30 to 12.30 every Tuesday between Easter and the end of October. Meet at Fowey Town Quay. Adults £6.00 Children under 15 £3.00 Please note: The walk is over ground that includes several short flights of steps and may not be suitable for those with some mobility impairment.
Explore Polruan Village This small community has a big history of pirates, mariners, shipbuilders and literary links 10.30 to 12.30 every Thursday between mid-May and the end of September. Meet on the Coal Wharf by the quay at Polruan. Adults £6.00 Children under 15 £3.00 Please note: The walk is over ground that includes several short flights of steps and some steep hills so may not be suitable for those with some mobility impairment
A Walk around the Estuary, based on the Hall Walk This is a circular walk using both the ferries and it provides some of the best views of the harbour. It includes the Q memorial, tranquil Pont Creek and the beautiful church of St Wyllow, the parish church of Lanteglos by Fowey. Note: This walk must be arranged in advance, minimum number 6, maximum 20, by contacting either Ros 01726 832155 or Lynn 01726 832580 or by using our contact form. Timings available to suit. The walk lasts about 4 hours. Meet at the Coal Wharf, Polruan, near the ferry quay, for a 4- mile country walk to Bodinnick where the walk ends. You can then return to Fowey on the Bodinnick ferry. It can also be arranged the other way around. You will need money for fares on both ferries.
Walk: £10 per person. Please bring a picnic lunch. The terrain is steep and rocky in parts and can be quite hilly and sometimes rather muddy. Stout footwear and warm waterproof clothing is recommended. This walk may not be suitable for those with certain mobility impairments or for push chairs.