St Ives and Carbis Bay
2-mile stroll travels above the railway line, with spectacular views over St Ives Bay. People have lived and worked here since Stone Age times, and there are relics and stories of the past throughout, including prehistoric field systems, a Celtic saint's medieval chapel and a fishermen's lookout hut, as well as shipwrecks, railways, mining and a twentieth-century novelist. Take the train back to Carbis Bay.
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Detailed walking instructions, more information about what you'll see along the way and a printable map can be found on the South West Coast Path website