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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 iconic lighthouse.

West Cornwall > The Lizard
Secluded cove reached via the South West Coast Path from Lizard Point. 

South Coast > Falmouth
Between Maenporth and Mawnan Smith there's a footpath that leads down through some beautiful wooded areas and ends at the little beach of Nansidwell, part of an area looked after by the National Trust. Dog-friendly all year.

West Cornwall
Secluded and romantic, and once a haunt for Cornwall's best known smuggler, Prussia Cove has an olde-world poetic feel. 

West Cornwall > Hayle
Mexico Towans forms part of a glorious three miles of sand that starts from the mouth of the Hayle estuary and reaches out to the lighthouse at Godrevy Point. 

West Cornwall > St Just
Rocky beach sitting under the iconic Cape Cornwall in the far west.

North Coast > Newquay
Porth Beach, on the east side of Newquay, is very popular with families and has a large area of flat golden sand that offers safe bathing. 

North Coast > Port Isaac
Port Gaverne is a sheltered, narrow cove with plenty of sand at low tide and neighbour to Port Isaac and may be the quaintest cove in North Cornwall nestling in under the cliffs.