Mullion Cove Beach is a small, west-facing beach in Mullion harbour which is accessible only at low tide. The beach is situated in a picturesque cove on the west coast of the Lizard Peninsula, Cornwall.
The South West Coast Path passes along the cliff tops and provides scenic walking routes to Kynance Cove to the south and Gunwalloe to the north. The cliff tops, which boast fine sea views, are home to a diverse range of plant life and wildlife.
Self catering holiday accommodation is provided in Helston and Lizard Peninsula holiday cottages. Helston is around 9 miles drive from Mullion Cove. Of Cornwall’s major towns, those within easy travelling distance include Falmouth (17 miles), Penzance (21 miles), Truro (25 miles) and St Ives (23 miles), all of which provide self catering accommodation including holiday cottages.
A small car park is situated around a quarter of a mile from the beach. Facilities include toilets and a café. The beach at Mullion Cove is dog-friendly. Mullion Cove is around 5 miles (as the crow flies) from Lizard Point, the southern-most point on mainland Britain.
Mullion Cove is less than 1½ miles from Mullion, the most populous village on the Lizard Peninsula which offers further attractions including shops, art galleries, cafés and restaurants. Mullion Golf Club is around 2 miles to the north of the beach.