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North Coast > Newquay
A small attractive cove, also known as Polly Joke, that is north-west facing and less busy than other beaches nearby.  

North Coast > Bude
A wild and romantic cove with a small west-facing beach, Duckpool is often less crowded when other beaches are buzzing at the height of the season. The beach is beautiful, but not suitable for swimming.

North Coast > Padstow
Good Beach Guide Recommended 2015. Popular with surfers, excellent walking & marine wildlife. Golden sandy beach with little alcoves to sit and watch away the day.  Seasonal dog ban.

North Coast > Newquay
Good Beach Guide Recommended 2015. Crantock offers a large expanse of golden sands surrounded by dunes between the Pentire Headlands to both east and west. 

South Coast
Good Beach Guide Recommended 2015. A pleasant east-facing shingle beach with rock pools and inlets for children to play in and along with its sheltered location Cawsand proves to be a popular beach with families.  A seasonal dog ban operates on

South Coast
Good Beach Guide 2015 - sheltered harbour beach in the small village of Polkerris, overlooking St Austell Bay, boasting a host of facilities including watersports equipment hire and tuition, toilets, a café, shop.  A seasonal dog ban operates on this beac

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
Good Beach Guide recommended 2015: 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.