Constantine Bay beach is a long, sandy beach only a few miles from one of Cornwall’s most popular holiday resorts – Padstow. Located on Cornwall’s rugged north, Atlantic coast, it is a popular destination for surfers and walkers alike.
One of a sequence of fine, adjacent beaches, the South West Coast Path runs through Constantine beach on its’ journey to Trevose Head and beyond.
At low tide, rock pools reveal themselves and their inhabitants, notably some surprisingly large crabs. As the tide returns, the beach’s rocky islands are reclaimed by the sea.
Constantine Bay is a dog-friendly beach, with a small public car park and public toilets. The approach roads can become congested at popular times of year. Parking at Treyarnon Bay, only a 10 minute walk from the Constantine Bay, is sometimes recommended.