Golitha Falls is a National Nature Reserve and a Site of Special Scientific Interest. The Golitha Falls are a series of cascades and waterfalls along a section of the River Fowey as it passes through the ancient oak woodland of Draynes Wood. The falls are situated just over a mile west of the village of St Cleer and about a mile and half from the market town of Liskeard. If you don’t want to walk the river there is a car park at Draynes Bridge with toilets. From here you can walk to the first fall quite easily in around 30 minutes, but to see the prettier parts a bit of a scramble over and between large boulders is required.
This place has a very spiritual and calming feel to it,