The peninsula is located on the South West coastal path. Starting from Mount Edgcumbe Park you can walk through 800 acres around the coastline, through to Kingsand and Caswand and then on to Penlee Point and Rame Head, with its 11th century monks’ chapel and beautiful views across 4 miles of sandy beach of Whitsand Bay. Or head inland through the country roads over to Millbrook and back around the creek to Mount Edgcumbe.

There are some great sites to share and explore different walks in the area. Here's two sites that are certainly worth a visit for walking routes and ideas: 

South West Coast Path - Rame 

I walk Cornwall - Rame 


  • Whitsand Bay offer over three miles of stunning sand from Rame Head to Portwrinkle and are considered one of Cornwall’s hidden gems. Reached by steep paths and steps that wind down between to the beaches.At low tide the long stretches of glistening sand provides great walking or jogging opportunities, whilst the constant swell keeps surfers happy riding some huge waves.
  • Cawsand The beach is made of sand and shingle and also has many rock pools to explore around the edges. Boats can be hired and there is a slipway from the beach. A good place for families.No dogs are allowed on this beach.
  • Kingsand The beach is similar to Cawsand where it is made up of sand and shingle. There are rock pools to explore and dogs are allowed on the beach all year round.
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