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Around 590, Colomban and his companions left Northern Ireland and crossed the Irish Sea in a boat (curragh) and probably landed in the neighbouring island on the north coast of Cornwall. He took advantage of this opportunity to replenish his supplies and cross British territory as quickly as possible before embarking again to cross the English Channel and reach the continent.

 

Also known as the Saint’s Way, this Cornish crossing alternates small country roads and footpaths in a historic and peaceful landscape of lush green hills from coast to coast, both very different.

The route from Pdstow to Fowey (km 43) is proposed in 2 stages of approximately 21 km each and summarizes the diversity of the landscapes and sea coasts of this region, making you want to go further:

LEG 1: From Padstow to Lanivet (21km)

LEG 1: From Padstow to Lanivet (21km)

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