King Charles III England Coast Path
Connecting the finest coastal landscapes in England
To celebrate the coronation of His Majesty King Charles III, the England Coast Path has been renamed the ‘King Charles III England Coast Path’, leaving a lasting legacy to be enjoyed by walkers around the entire English coastline.
The King Charles III England Coast Path will be the longest managed coastal path in the world. It will go all the way around the coast of England and will be around 2,700 miles long when it is complete.
This amazing new National Trail will take people through some of the finest landscapes in England connecting the many coastal towns, cities and ports which have shaped this island nation. It will link iconic places and heritage on the coast with the less well-known and will unlock some parts of our coast for the first time.
The trail is opening in sections and to make information about the trail easier to find, it has been organised by region. On the regional pages you can find out more about each area and view the trail on the interactive map.
Click on a region name on either side of the map to start exploring.
From the Scottish Border near Gretna Green down to the Welsh Border near Chester this stretch of coast offers a real journey of contrasts, passing the wilderness of the Lake District, the fun of Blackpool and the urban culture of Liverpool.Find out more
From the Welsh Border at Chepstow to Bournemouth this section follows some of our most dramatic coastline. Linking coastal resorts, towns and villages it takes you along cliff tops, to the end of promontories, along piers and promenades and along estuaries.Find out more
From the Scottish Border above Berwick to the Wash, this coast is famous for beaches, castles and seaside holiday resorts. But there is plenty more to explore including tiny fishing villages in sheltered coves and rocky cliffs home to huge seabird colonies.Find out more
From the Wash to the Thames Estuary, passing stunning wildlife and culture. Explore the sand dunes, market towns and villages all adjacent to stunning seascapes that can be enjoyed alone, with a canine companion or all the family.Find out more
Stretching from the Thames Estuary all the way round to Bournemouth this is a huge stretch of coast. From typical seaside towns with piers, beach huts and amusements to long empty beaches and nature reserves providing peace and reflection, there really is something for everyone.Find out more