Hemmick Beach- A secluded beach

Hemmick Beach

Hemmick Beach

Hemmick Beach

This small attractive sandy beach is situated just to the west of Dodman Point on the Roseland Peninsula.

Access is via a steep, narrow lane parking at the National Trust. A 10-minute walk across the fields to reach the beach is enough to ensure that the beach remains fairly quiet even at the peak of the summer. There are no facilities and although the beach is considered safe for swimmers care should be taken as there is no lifeguards on duty.

All year dog-friendly beach.

[su_wikipedia_link subjectbold=”Hemmick Beach Wreck” wikipage=”http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/List_of_shipwrecks_of_Cornwall_(20th_century)”]14 October 1971 – barge Ewt 263 (United Kingdom) was being towed from Santander to Rotterdam by the tug Britannia when she broke in half off Lizard Point. The stern section was towed into Falmouth and the bow section was believed to be washed up between Hemmick beach and Dodman Point.[/su_wikipedia_link]

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