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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.  

West Cornwall > Hayle
At the far north-east end of St Ives Bay sits Godrevy Beach, owned by the National Trust. A mixture of sand and rockpools overlooked by the lighthouse.

North Coast > Bude
Wide expanse of golden sand at low tide, bordered by rocky outcrops ideal for rock-pooling.  Seasonal dog ban operates on this beach.

West Cornwall > The Lizard
Good Beach Guide Recommended 2015: Known locally as Pro'stock, Porthoustock is an east-facing beach with a large flat expanse of coarse darksand and shingle that is popular with divers

South Coast
Hemmick is a secret sandy beach that is south-west facing accessed by a steep road from the small car park that is reached by narrow country lanes from Boswinger, west of Gorran Haven and just 9 miles from St Austell. Dog-friendly all year.

South Coast > Falmouth
Good Beach Guide Recommended 2017 - Swanpool is a sandy cove on the outskirts of Falmouth and proud of its friendly, fun and welcoming environment.  A seasonal dog ban operates on this beach.

South Coast > Mevagissey
Two small beaches of grey stones and rocky outcrops backed by a granite sea wall serve the tiny hamlets of East and West Portholland. Dog-friendly all year.

South Coast
Good Beach Guide Recommended 2014 - Porthluney Cove is a privately owned, secluded family beach with a large expanse of golden sand. South facing, in front of Caerhays Castle and Gardens, which provide a striking backdrop. Dog-friendly all year.