107 Results

Filter

North Coast > Padstow
A sandy beach with stunning unspoilt surroundings. Cushioned from the wind by the Merope Rocks, Mother Ivey’s Bay lies in a sheltered location. The bay rarely gets too crowded even on the busiest summer days.

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
South west facing long stretch of golden sand considered to be one of the finest beaches to be found in the UK. A seasonal dog ban is in place.

South Coast > Falmouth
Family friendly, buggy friendly, great amenities, good access, good for watersports and a 10 minute walk from Falmouth town centre. A seasonal dog ban operates on ths beach.

West Cornwall
Good Beach Guide Recommended 2015: Kennack Sands, near the village of Kuggar on the Lizard peninsula, is comprised of two beaches with some grassy areas which are divided by the small hill of Carn Kennack

North Coast > Padstow
With a reputation as one of the best surfing beaches in North Cornwall, Constantine Bay Beach offers a sweeping arc of gently shelving soft pale sands. 

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.

South Coast
Large shingle beach, south facing. Located at the entrance of the Seaton Valley Country Park. Dog-friendly all year.