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Kennack Sands Beach
South-East facing beach surrounded with grassy areas.
Kennack Sands is on the eastern side of the Lizard Peninsula. not far from the tip.
A large amount of sand is exposed at low tide, with a stream and rock pools. on the east are the remains of a number of World War II defences. Pillboxes on the hillside and a substantial anti-tank wall that runs along the back of the beach. This area is also a designated Nature Reserve.
- Access – Flat & easy from the parking area
- Toilets by the car park
- Beach Shop
- Dogs are banned on the beach from Easter Day to October 1 (west) Dogs are allowed all year (east).
Sand chairs are available for hire on rotation throughout Kerrier, please contact Kerrier District Council on 01209 614397
Check here for a listing of Cornwall Beaches with RNLI Lifeguard cover.
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