Towan Beach is a quiet, south east facing beach near St Mawes on the Roseland Peninsula, Cornwall. Towan is a sand and shingle beach, with rock pools revealed at low tide. This beach should not be confused with Towan Beach, Newquay.
Tavern beach is a small, south-facing beach situated below the Tresanton Hotel in St Mawes. It is a popular family beach with wonderful views of St Mawes bay. A good swimming beach with clear waters, windsurfing is also possible given the right conditions.
Swanpool beach lies less than half a mile to the south west of the larger Gyllyngvase beach in Falmouth, Cornwall. Swanpool is a pleasant, east-facing, sheltered beach with excellent facilities. It is a predominantly sandy beach, with some rocks.
The largest beach in St Mawes, Summers beach is a south-west-facing, largely pebbled beach, with rock pools to explore at low tide. Like neighbouring Tavern Beach, on the other side of the harbour wall, it boasts wonderful views of St Mawes bay.
St Anthony Head, on the Roseland Peninsula in Cornwall, boasts two small beaches – Great Molunan and Little Molunan. They sit in a commanding location, to the north of St Anthony Head, with fine sea views over the Fal Estuary and Carrick Roads.
Prisk Cove beach lies to the south of the picturesque headland of Rosemullion Head, around 5 miles from Falmouth, Cornwall. It is a largely shingle, south-east facing beach with numerous rock pools.
Portscatho Beach is an east-facing beach on the beautiful Roseland Peninsula in Cornwall. It is a predominantly rocky beach with sandy areas. At low tide the neighbouring beach of Porthcurnick can be reached.
The villages of East and West Portholland have two small pebbly beaches in two coves. The Portholland Beach is accessible only at low tide, when the coves present the appearance of one large cove and one large beach. Portholland lies on the mid-south Cornwall coast, around 5 miles from Mevagissey, 8 miles from St Austell […]
Porthluney Cove Beach, which sits in the shadow of Caerhays Castle, is also known as Caerhays Beach. It is a south-facing, sandy beach which sits in a sheltered cove near Dodman Point in south east Cornwall. The beach is part of the Caerhays estate.
Porthcurnick Beach is a sandy, south-facing beach nestling in a small cove near Portscatho, on the beautiful Roseland Peninsula in Cornwall. At low tide, when rock pools are revealed, the neighbouring beach of Portscatho can be reached.