This section of the King Charles III England Coast Path will take you from Aust near the Welsh border all the way to Southampton when fully open. Starting in North Somerset there is now an open stretch of 70 miles taking you on an amazing journey through seaside towns with sandy beaches and lighthouses, past salt marshes and coastal estuaries to reach rolling hills with forts and castles, villages with historic churches and cream teas, and old seafaring towns steeped in history and tales of ship wrecks. This section ends in Minehead - the gateway to Exmoor, where it joins the South West Coast Path. So if you're looking for inspiration, take a look at our suggested itineraries and start planning your next walking adventure.

Longer Walks & Escapes

Explore the King Charles III England Coast Path for three days, a week or even longer. Find inspiration for your walking adventure using our suggested itineraries, or select one of our highlighted bookable itineraries. England's South West Coast offers some of the best coastal views in the world and there’s plenty to see and do along the way from exploring our towns and villages, to searching for fossils on the Jurassic beaches between Lilstock and Blue Anchor, following the in the footsteps of Wordsworth and Coleridge, or going back in time on the old West Somerset Steam railway. And don’t forget to sample our local refreshments while you’re here. We’re famous for our cream teas and cheeses, craft beers and gins, and you can’t leave without sampling Somerset cider!

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