South Cornwall - The Helford Guidebook
NEW FIRST EDITION
This guidebook covers the coast from Maenporth to the famous sub-tropical gardens of Trebah and Glendurgan. Then on to Port Navas and the granite uplands beyond Constantine. We then return to the Meneage on the southern banks of the Helford and take in the hidden places like Frenchman's Creek and Gillan. Finally to Trelowaren, Tremayne Quay and St Anthony – some of Cornwall's most beautiful places. The book is full of helpful advice, detailed maps, descriptions and pictures.
- Walks and strolls
- Insider guide to the hidden places
- Beach Guide and 'Places to visit'
Edition: 1st (2022)
Format: Print 96 pages
Size: 240mm x 140mm
For Kindle and iPad
We have been to this part of Cornwall many times, but this guide gave a lot of new and interesting information.
It was only yesterday that I spent a pleasant hour on the sofa planing my next holiday in South Cornwall. The Helford Friendly Guide shows you how to explore the beaches, lanes and creeks. Without it you would be surely lost. Too much "private access only".
The Friendly Guides set the gold standard for guides to Cornwall and they are an outstandingly efficient publisher.
Possibly the best series currently in print.The maps have legible writing,no microscope is necessary,& are easy to follow.All of the books in this series contain an absolute wealth of information&are a pleasure to read,&I hope that they will soon produce one for North Cornwall.I can't recommend it highly enough!
Yet another excellent guide book about their own County from this Cornish-based publisher. Clear and concise this latest volume takes us around the Helford River in the publisher/author's own thorough style. However, the one thing that puts this series of books in a league above all others are the maps. As a cartographer by training I consider that these maps must be the Gold Standard for any guide book - anywhere. Also, Friendly Guide's excellent service must be commended. Order placed on Wednesday, arrived in the post on Saturday. Keep up the good work.