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Cornish Celtic Way

Cornish Celtic Way

A spiritual walking holiday from St Germans to St Michael’s Mount in the footsteps of Celtic saints.

4 to 13 nights
51-121 miles
Moderate to Demanding / Strenuous

From £390 per person

About the trail

Combine green inland walks with the seascapes of the South West Coast Path on a walking holiday along the Cornish Celtic Way. This 125-mile route departs St Germans to cross the Cornish peninsula twice, with a long central ramble along a varied coastline of sandy beaches and rock stacks.

The inland sections are beautiful too. On ancient trails once used by missionaries and pilgrims, the Cornish Celtic Way explores secluded valleys and windswept moors, passing thatched villages, Iron Age cliff castles and Bronze Age barrows. A stunning conclusion awaits at St Michael’s Mount, where the dramatic castle looms over its tidal causeway.

There’s a spiritual dimension to the Cornish Celtic Way, backed by its Celtic crosses, holy wells and standing stones. But the trail is a celebration of Cornwall, too, from its incredible landscapes to its friendly communities — and the rich history behind them.