Trevone Bay

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Trevone Bay Beach is a sandy beach which sits in geologically rich area near Padstow, Cornwall. The beach sits at the midway point of a scenic stretch of coastline which extends east from Trevose Head to Steppers Point and provides fine views in either direction.

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Trebarwith Strand Beach

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Trebarwith Strand Beach is a west-facing beach near Tintagel, Cornwall. It is a sandy beach with scenic, rocky peripheral areas, sitting at the end of a picturesque valley. At high tide the beach is entirely reclaimed by the sea. At low tide it is a fine family beach which also offers good surfing.

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Rock Beach

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Rock Beach boasts a long sandy beach facing Padstow, on the other side of the Camel estuary. The town’s name is derived from the rocks used as ballast by trading ships, the rocks being mined from a local quarry. The beach stretches for around a mile, and Daymer Bay to the north can be reached […]

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Porthcothan Bay

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Porthcothan Bay Beach is a sandy, west-facing beach in a narrow, sheltered cove between Newquay and Padstow, Cornwall. At low tide the beach extends out of the cove into the Atlantic, and connects to smaller beaches in picturesque coves up and down the coast.

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Port Quin Beach

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Port Quin’s rocky beach sits in a narrow, sheltered cove near Port Isaac, Cornwall. Port Quin Beach is accessible only at low tide and the area is mainly visited by experienced, hardy walkers. The rugged, unspoilt cove at Port Quin (also known as Port Quinn) is normally a very peaceful spot which reveals rock pools […]

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Port Isaac Beach

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Port Isaac Beach is situated in one of the most picturesque villages in Cornwall. It is a small, north-facing, shingle beach nestling in the sheltered harbour of Port Isaac, recognised by many as ‘Port Wenn’ in ITV’s ‘Doc Martin’ television series.

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Port Gaverne Beach

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Port Gaverne Beach is a small, north west-facing beach just outside the picturesque fishing village of Port Isaac, on the north Cornwall coast. Situated in a narrow cove, at low tide Port Gaverne is a sheltered, sand and shingle beach populated by rock pools.

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Polzeath Beach

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Polzeath Beach is a west-facing beach in Hayle Bay, at the mouth of the Camel Estuary near Padstow, Cornwall. It is one of the most popular surfing beaches in Cornwall, often providing ideal Atlantic conditions. The large expanses of golden sands also make it a popular destination for families. Polzeath is a 2011 Blue Flag […]

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Mother Ivey’s Bay

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Polventon Beach is a north east-facing beach in Mother Ivey’s Bay near Padstow, Cornwall. The sandy beach sits in a sheltered location on the picturesque headland, Trevose Head. Padstow’s lifeboat station is situated at Trevose Head and can be seen to the north of the beach.

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Hawkers Cove

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Hawkers Cove Beach lies at the mouth of the River Camel in north Cornwall, around 2 miles from Padstow. At low tide, a vast, wide expanse of sand is revealed which stretches around 1½ miles. There are fine views of the Camel estuary from the beach.

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