Porthgwarra Beach


Porthgwarra Beach is a small, sandy beach nestling in a secluded cove on the Penwith peninsula in west Cornwall. Much of the beach, which is south-facing, is reclaimed by the sea at high tides. At low tides there are rock pools, and two man-made tunnels which run through the cliffs, to explore.

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Porthcurno Beach


Porthcurno Beach is a south-east-facing beach around 3 miles from Lands End and 8 miles from Penzance in the far west of Cornwall. The easy access, soft white sands and clear blue/green waters of the beach make it a popular destination for fun and sun-seeking holiday-makers.

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Porth Nanven Cove


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.

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