Although not a very long Perranporth walk, this one is so beautiful that it’s worth a mention. Start in the Reppers Coombe car park at Trevaunance Cove and look for the coastal footpath sign nearby. This is an interesting walk that takes in sweeping views of the cove and offers an insight into Cornwall's past along the way.
Follow the path upwards to get started, please take care to stay on the path and keep dogs close as there are still capped mineshafts hidden in the surrounding gorse. Make sure you get a look at the remains of a harbour as you meet the road at Jubilee Terrace. The harbour was once used by the copper mining industry and stood for 120 years before a storm reduced it to rubble in 1915.