Kynance Cove is a glorious, rugged beach on the dramatic western coast of the Lizard Peninsula, Cornwall. It is situated around a mile and a half from Lizard Point, Cornwall, the southern-most tip of mainland Britain which can be reached on foot along the South West Coast Path.
A popular beach thanks to its’ clear waters and stunning geology – dramatic rock formations, caves, islands and cliffs – the sandy beach is accessible only at low tide. At high tide the beach is largely reclaimed by the sea.
Access to the beach is via the National Trust car park, and involves a steep drop down steps and track. Facilities include a caf nestled in the cliffs and toilets. Dogs are not permitted in peak seasons, from Easter to October.