This post is all about the beautiful town of Padstow located on the north coast of Cornwall, between Wadebridge and Bodmin.
What is there?
The Camel trail
The reason I most often visit Padstow is for the Camel trail that runs to Wadebridge. The Camel trail is a bicycle trail that runs along side the river which means it is relatively flat for Cornwall! The trail from Wadebridge to Padstow is about 5 miles each way. Or you can go even further and go all the way to Bodmin. The trail is actually 18 miles long and follows the disused London and South West railway line. You can bring your own bikes or hire some out as there is lot of bike hire companies along the trail.
ROCK TO PADSTOW
Recently I took a trip from Rock to Padstow. Rock is a town on the other side of the estuary to Padstow, it is well known for being a second holiday home place. You can take a foot ferry across which makes for a nice experience. The ferry runs pretty regularly and I believe it only costs a few pounds each.
Lots of love, Melissa x