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Lundy Bay and Doyden Point Walk

Port Quin North Cornwall
You will spot the path across the lane from the National Trust car park.  The huge sea cave Lundy Hole will be one of the first things you come across once you've walked down the leafy lane.  The coast path links Lundy Beach and neighbouring Epphaven Cove and then climbs the heights of Trevan Point.  From the top you are able to appreciate the fine views and the entire sweep of the Port Quin Bay, from The Rumps, the island known as The Moules in the west to Kellan Head in the east.

Keep following the coast path until you reach one of Britain's smallest castles, 'Doydon'.  This is now let out as a holiday cottage so please respect the occupants that could be staying inside if you go exploring around the area.  Port Quin marks the end of your journey, the abandoned village where legend talks of the entire male population was apparently wiped out in a storm.  Head back the way you came on the return journey to appreciate the coast from a different view. 

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