Sennen Cove Beach
Head down the hill from Sennen and it’s not long before your view is full of sea and sunshine. Some days huge blue rollers head towards the shore making Sennen Cornwall’s most westerly surf hotspot, other days the tides out and the wide golden sands provide plenty of space for everyone to enjoy. The small harbour with its lifeboat station and art gallery is great for those days when the sun is in hiding.
On the beach there are top rate surfing conditions and safe bathing within flagged areas which are moved frequently to follow tidal movements. The Pedn-men-du, a promontory at the southern end of the bay protects the cove from the westerly Atlantic gales, From here at the lookout point, views are spectacular, whilst below you the granite cliffs are a popular haunt for climbers
Sennen Cove's friendly atmosphere makes for a relaxed day at the beach in one of the UK’s most breathtaking locations.
Lifeguard cover from Easter until the end of October (2021).
By order of the council, dogs are banned on the beach at Sennen from the 15th May – 30th September from 10am – 6pm (2020). Dogs are however permitted on Gwynver beach at the northern end of the bay.
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