Mousehole is a picturesque Cornish fishing village near Penzance in west Cornwall. Mousehole Beach is a small area of east-facing sand and pebbles which is accessible at low tide, in the working harbour of Mousehole.
Nanjizal Beach is a quiet, secluded beach with difficult access near Lands End. Because of its’ remote location it is more popular with Cornwall’s coastal path walkers than with sun worshippers or surfers.
Porth Nanven Cove is situated at the end of the Cot Valley in the far west of Cornwall, near the town of St Just. Two small, west-facing beaches sit in the cove, which lies approximately 5 miles due north of Lands End. Both beaches are predominantly rocky, with some sand revealed at low tides.
Porthchapel Beach is a south-west-facing beach lying in a sheltered location between Porthcurno and Porthgwarra on Cornwall’s far south west coast. The quiet, sandy beach at Porthchapel lies around 3 miles from Lands End and 8 miles from Penzance as the crow flies.
Portheras Cove Beach is a secluded, north-facing beach on the Penwith peninsula in the far west of Cornwall. It is a little-known, locals’ beach around the midpoint of the coastal path between Lands End and St Ives.
St Loys is a small, remote cove in Penwith, west Cornwall, in which sits a rocky beach. St Loys Cove Beach sits at the mouth of a wooded valley, in the shadow of Boscawen Point headland. The cove is a little-known sun trap, which the vegetation of the area reflects.