A short walk along the coastline from Port Quin.
Date: 5th January 2014 Distance: 4.56km (2.83 Miles) Parking: National Trust Car Park in Port Quin
Start Location: Port Quin Ascent (m/ft): 224m (735ft) Weather:

Mostly Sunny, 7°C

Time Started: 11:09 Highest Point: Port Quin Road (80m/263ft) Difficulty: Easy
Duration: 1 Hour 45 Minutes    
Route: Port Quin - Doyden Point (42m/138ft) - South West Coast Path - Trevan Point (67m/220ft) - Port Quin Road - Port Quin

Perfect timing! A lovely rainbow over Doyden Castle and Doyden Point. Click to see larger version.

Doyden Castle and Doyden Point.

Beautiful coastline around Port Quin.

Tide is out at the moment at Port Quin.

One of the many lovely cottages at Port Quin.

Following the Coastal Path round to Doyden Point.

We turned right here to head up to Doyden Point and have a look at the castle.

Kellan Head is the high point to the left with the coastal path snaking round it.
The Rumps a few miles away.
The rocks that make up the summit of Doyden Point.
Port Quin.
Lovely warm sunshine on Kellan Head.
A Fulmar gliding on the strong winds.

Now back on the coastal path and we passed two deep shafts. We estimated about 50m deep.

Dramatic coastline looking back to Doyden House. You can just make out Doyden Castle too.
Kellan Head and Doyden Castle.
Now on Trevan Point looking to Lundy Hole.

A little stream cascading down onto the beach.
Another rainbow out to sea.
Rough Tor and Brown Willy about 10 miles away on Bodmin Moor.