Benedictine priory church on Tresco

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Scilly Walks - Halangy Down Iron Age Romano-British settlement on St Mary’s

Walks on St Mary's

A variety of routes including:

  • Buzza, Peninnis and Old Town

  • Hugh Town and the Garrison

  • Harry's Walls, Halangy and Bant's Carn

  • Porth Hellick, Giant's Castle and Old Town

Some walks start with a bus trip - the bus leaves at 10am prompt!

Walks start at Holgate's Green, The Strand, Hugh Town (opposite the Catholic Church and Lyonnesse Guest House) at 10.00am

Walks last between 2 and 3 hours

Adults £7.00, children 10 and over £3.50 (plus bus fare, if appropriate); no need to book

Details of the routes will be on the 'Scilly Walks' board on the Quay

Scilly Walks - Old Town Church, St Mary’s

Off-Island Walks

Trips to:

  • Tresco

  • Bryher

  • St Martin's

  • St Agnes and Gugh

Full and half-day trips - details on the 'Scilly Walks' board or ask at the Tourist Information Centre at Porthcressa

Full-day and morning trips start at 10.00am, afternoon trips start at 1.45pm

Meet at the 'Scilly Walks' board on the Quay, St Mary's

Full day trips: adults £14.00, children 10 and over £7.00 - plus boat fare

Half-day trips: adults £7.00, children £3.50 - plus boat fare

No need to book.

Scilly Walks - Gweal Hill cist

What will we see?

Click here for details of some of the sites

Walking shoes or boots are recommended for all walks

More info?

E-mail me at katharine@scillywalks.co.uk

If you are planning a visit to Scilly and would like a guided visit to a particular site or off-island, please contact me about 2 to 3 weeks before you come and I will do my best to arrange that trip while you are here.

If you would like a private tour these are available at £70 per half day/£140 per full day for groups of up to 10 adults with rates by negotiation for larger groups, plus boat or taxi fares if appropriate.

Scilly Walks - Kelp Pit on Gugh
Scilly Walks - Cannon on the Garrison on St Mary’s