Polpeor Cove, Lizard Point

Polpeor Cove Beach, Lizard Point, Cornwall



Polpeor Cove Beach sits in the shadow of Lizard Point in Cornwall, the most southerly point on mainland Britain. It is a small, coarse, south-facing beach. The nearest town is Lizard, around a half a mile due north.

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Beach at Polpeor Cove, CornwallDominating the skyline around Lizard Point are the old RNLI lifeboat station and the twin-towered lighthouse, which is now a heritage centre open to the public. Kynance Cove Beach, around 2 miles up the west coast, can be reached on foot via the dramatic South West Coast Path.

Self catering holiday accommodation in the area is available in Lizard Peninsula holiday cottages, or in nearby Cadgwith and Kynance Cove holiday cottages.

A National Trust car park is provided at Lizard Point. Access to the beach is difficult, via the old lighthouse. The waters off Lizard Point are extremely dangerous and unsuitable for swimming. There is no lifeguard service. Dogs are permitted on the beach. A café at Lizard Point provides refreshments.

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