Ordnance Survey OS Explorer Map – Cornwall
** Mobile version included in price **
Ordnance Survey Cornwall
OS Explorer Map Series
- Each Map
- Scale: 2.5 inches to 1 mile (4cm to 1km)
- Rational Scale: 1:25000
- Size Folded: 134 x 240 x 8 mm (5.3 x 9.4 x 0.3 inches)
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102 – Land’s End
The perfect map for discovering the famous area around Land’s End, Penzance and St Ives. The area is well known as the most extreme south westerly point in Britain. Highlights include: Penzance, Land’s End, Mousehole, and Cape Cornwall.
103 – The Lizard
Explore The Lizard, Falmouth and Helston. Highlights of the area include: Falmouth, Goonhilly Downs, Mullion Cove, Lizard Point, Bumble Rock, Cornwall Maritime Museum, Porthleven and the South West Coast Path.
104 – Redruth & St Agnes
The ideal map for walkers, cyclists and holiday makers visiting Redruth and St Agnes. The Cornish coastline that dominates this area is perfect for outdoors enthusiasts and holds many attractions. Highlights of the area include: Perranporth, The South West Coast Path, tin mines, and surf beaches at St Agnes.
105 – Falmouth & Mevagissey
The ideal map for walks, hikes and rides around Falmouth, Mevagissey, Truro and St Mawes. The South West Coast Path is an ideal way to explore the coastline in this part of Cornwall. Highlights of the area include: Pendennis Point, Lost Gardens of Heligan, Mevagissey, Veryan Bay, and Falmouth Bay.
106 – Newquay & Padstow
The ideal map for anyone wishing to visit the Cornish coastal towns of Newquay and Padstow. The area is famous amongst holidaymakers and is frequented by hikers, surfers and people wishing to sample the delights of the local towns and villages.Highlights of the area include: The Camel Trail, Newquay Harbour, Padstow, and Constantine Bay
109 – Bodmin Moor
Taking in the towns of Liskeard, Bodmin and Camelford this map provides coverage of Bodmin Moor as well as a section of the National Trail the South West Coast Path.
111 – Bude, Boscastle & Tintagel
The perfect map to use when walking, cycling or camping in Bude, Boscastle and Tintagel. All three towns can be visited when following the South West Coast Path. Highlights of the area include: Tintagel Castle, Bude, fishing trips from Boscastle, and Widemouth Bay.
102 – Land's End, 103 – The Lizard, 104 – Redruth & St Agnes, 105 – Falmouth & Mevagissey, 106 – Newquay & Padstow, 109 – Bodmin Moor, 111 – Bude, Boscastle & Tintagel