Gorran Haven is a picturesque 13th century coastal village. A tiny cafe and even tinier shop sit at the bottom, at the edge of the shore, surrounded by a cluster of fishermen’s cottages, the oldest of which date back to at least the 1400s. Traces of an Iron Age fort can be found on Dodman Point, though we didn't see it. The secluded cove is way off the beaten path and I like it even more because of that! The walk itself is gentle, with only a few steep ups and downs.
Lunch by the harbor.
We reach the top and head up the hill.
Pentewan 1.5 miles away.
Back in Charlestown we drink ciders on the beach, then eat fish & chips on the harborside. Early bed tonight!