Pendower is a south facing sandy beach about a mile long and popular with families with excellent views along the coastline. Owned by the National Trust, the beach joins with Carne Beach at low tide. Backing the beach there are low soft cliffs and rock pools which have been designated Sites of Special Scientific Interest (SSSI's).
Many activities to enjoy here, including: swimming, scuba diving, surfing, sea canoeing, sailing, windsurfing, fishing and snorkeling.
Dogs must be kept on leads during the summer months.
Car park free to National Trust members.
Slipway and toilets.
There are coffee/tea and lunch facilities in the hotels at each end.