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Cadgwith Beach – Small safe shingle 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 are available for hire on rotation throughout Kerrier, please contact Kerrier District Council on 01209 614397Wikipedia says. . .
Cadgwith has two beaches separated by a promontory called “The Todden”, thought to mean laying ground in Cornish.
To the north-east is the larger beach, made mostly of shingle with a shallow slope, referred to as Cadgwith Cove, Big Beach, The Cove, Fishing Beach, or the Working Cove; all the fishermen work from this beach.
The other smaller beach on the south-west side is a mixture of sand and large boulders and is called Little Cove or Little Beach and used as the swimming beach by locals and holiday-makers.
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