Mawgan Porth Beach

Family beachSurfing beachDog-friendly beachLifeguarded beach (seasonal)RefreshmentsParkingToiletsDisabled accessHD video

Mawgan Porth Beach is a popular surfing and family beach approximately 6 miles north of Newquay, Cornwall. It is situated in a scenic, sheltered cove, at roughly the midway point between Watergate Bay and Bedruthan Steps beaches.

Information

Mawgan Porth Beach

Mawgan Porth is a large, north west-facing beach. At low tide there are small caves to explore and a wide expanse of sand to enjoy. At high tide a reasonable amount of sand remains. A river runs through the southern side of the beach on its way to the sea.

Holiday cottages in Mawgan Porth offer a range of self catering accommodation near the beach. Holiday cottages in Watergate Bay (2 miles from Mawgan Porth by road) and Newquay (6 miles) provide further self catering options.

A large car park is situated by the beach, from where the beach is easily accessible. There is disabled access to the beach. Toilets, refreshments and beach shops are also situated by the beach. Watersports equipment may be hired from the surf school. Lifeguards patrol the beach in the peak season. Dogs are permitted on Mawgan Porth Beach.

Map

Surf Forecast

HD Video

Useful Links

One comment on “Mawgan Porth Beach”

  1. We are located on the beachfront opposite the entrance to our gorgeous Mawgan Porth beach. We are a licenced Café come restaurant, serving local ales, fish and produce. We serve Breakfast, lunch and Dinner from March through to September. When the weather is dry we cook our awesome burgers, freshly caught fish and other delicious goodies on the BBQ.

Leave a Reply

If you have recently visited or own a pub, restaurant, cafe or a watersport activity located near this beach and wish to have a FREE listing on this page, please submit your details below.

Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *

Your submission will appear once it has been moderated. Thank you for taking the time to complete the form.