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West Cornwall
Good Beach Guide Recommended 2017: Gunwalloe is an attractive south-west facing cove on the Lizard with a stream running through the sandy beach that is ideal for paddling. A seasonal dog ban is in place.

West Cornwall
Mullion Cove on the west coast of the Lizard Peninsula is a small sandy beach, mostly covered at high tide, beside the historic lifeboat station and picturesque Mullion harbour. 

North Coast > Bude
Summerleaze has a unique appeal, not least because it is less than five minutes’ walk from the centre of Bude.

West Cornwall
Loe Bar beach is a half mile shingle bank which separates the Loe, the largest natural fresh water lake in Cornwall, from the sea.  Loe Bar was originally the mouth of the River Cober which led to a harbour in Helston.

West Cornwall > St. Ives
The smallest beach of soft golden sand in St Ives, near to the Island, and very popular with families as it is very sheltered and quite an east-facing sun trap.  A seasonal dog ban applies on this beach.

North Coast > Perranporth
Huge beach with golden sand washed by the Atlantic Ocean. Ideal for families, walkers, surfers and even horses. Dogs must be kept on leads between July and August, 10am - 5pm 

North Coast > Padstow
Lying at the mouth of the spectacular Camel Estuary, Hawkers Cove Beach, at low tide, reveals a huge expanse of sand stretching for around 1½ miles.

West Cornwall
Poldhu Cove, also known as Black Pool Cove, is a lovely west-facing sandy beach. A seasonal dog ban is in place.