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Chapel Porth Beach Large expanse of sand at low tide, only rocks at high. Rock pools and caves to explore. National Trust car park and beach cafe serving legendary ‘hedgehog’ ice creams – cornish ice cream, covered in clotted cream and topped with crushed hazlenuts, scrumptious! Hot and cold drinks and good food also available. […]Continue reading
Castle Beach Castle beach has a limited shingle beach at high tide but plenty of interesting rock pools to be found at low tide. Parking on the main road, with sloping flat access path plus a few steps down to the beach. Seasonal Dog Ban Toilets Beach cafe selling snacks, ice creams, and buckets, spades […]Continue reading
Carne Beach A continuation of Pendower Beach. At high tide there is a little beach, but at low tide there is plenty of sand and shingle with rocks at either end. South facing with good views. Access – from large National Trust car park Toilets Disabled access to beach There are coffee/tea and lunch facilities […]Continue reading
Carlyon Bay Beach – St Austell Carlyon Bay Beach is made up of three beaches – Crinnis Beach, Shorthorn Beach and Polgaver Beach which together make up what is known as Carlyon Bay, a popular seaside resort just outside of St Austell on Cornwall’s south coast. Please note: at the moment the beach is undergoing […]Continue reading
Carbis Bay Beach Carbis Bay beach is a beautiful beach of approximately 1 mile length. The centre of the beach is home to all the facilities, car park and the Carbis Bay Hotel which has extensive grounds leading down to the edge of the beach. Being north by northeast facing, the beach rarely gets surf […]Continue reading
Cape Cornwall Beach From the village of St Just follow the signs for Cape Cornwall. There is a limited stoney beach here, however the walk around the Cape has some of the best scenery and is perfect for picnics. Both Boat and Priest Coves are fishing coves. Park in the National Trust car park Refreshments […]Continue reading
Cadgwith Beach This attractive fishing village has two small east facing beaches. The main beach is home to many fishing boats and consists of grey shingle. Access – park at main village car park. Cadgwith Cove (South) – Seasonal Dog Ban Cadgwith Cove (East) – All year dog friendly Sand chairs available for hire on […]Continue reading
Bossiney Cove Beach A few minutes along the road from Tintagel towards Boscastle. A beautiful hidden gem, bossiney cove beach is a large sandy beach is accessible only via a footpath over farm land and steep man-made steps down the cliffs. No Lifeguards. Ample parking. Toilets and telephone 10 minute walk from Beach. Dogs allowed […]Continue reading
Battery Rock Beach Penzance The beaches that appear at low tide near the area of the Promenade are known by several names, depending in which part you are on. Battery Rock beach is right by the art deco open air Jubilee swimming pool, which is open to the public for a small charge. Heading towards […]Continue reading
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