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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. 

North Coast > Newquay
Good Beach Guide Recommended 2015. Soft sand, easy swimming, fun family surfing, exciting rock pools to explore at low tide, sea fishing and the unique 'Tolcarne wedge' for boogie boarding.  Seasonal dog ban in operation. 

North Coast > Bude
Good Beach Guide Recommended 2015. When the tide is at its lowest it's possible to take in the spectacular coastline between Bude and Sandymouth by walking the two miles along the beach. 

South Coast > Polperro
Accessed by a 20 minute walk, this undeveloped, peaceful cove is framed by lush countryside and towering cliffs. Dog-friendly all year. 

West Cornwall > Lands End
A picturesque fishing hamlet in West Cornwall, with some boats still launching from here, Porthgwarra has a small secluded beach just around the corner from Porthcurno.  A seasonal dog ban operates on this beach.

North Coast > Padstow
Lying at the mouth of the spectacular Camel Estuary, Hawkers Cove Beach at low tide, reveals a huge expanse of sand stretching for around 1½ miles.

South Coast > The Roseland
Good Beach Guide Recommended 2015 - Beautiful south east facing sandy cove, owned by the National Trust, Porthcurnick beach is just north of Portscatho on the beautiful Roseland peninsula. Many rockpools, ideal for children and water activities.

South Coast > Looe
Looe offers a very popular, traditional family holiday sandy beach backed by a terraced promenade and close to the town.