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North Coast > Newquay
Porth beach, on the outskirts of Newquay, is very popular with families with a large area of flat golden sand that offers safe bathing, however surfing is not permitted during the summer season between 10am and 6pm when lifeguard cover is provided.  Seaso

South Coast > Looe
With superb views of St George's Island offshore, Hannafore Beach has a sandy shingle beach with a rocky reef and footpath, uncovered at low tide, with fascinating rock pools to explore. Dog-friendly all year.

West Cornwall > The Lizard
This attractive fishing village on the Lizard has two small east-facing shingle beaches and home to local fishing boats.  A seasonal dog ban operates on this beach.

West Cornwall
Gwithian offers a broad spacious sandy beach popular for surfing and seldom crowded and great for taking a walk. A seasonal dog ban operates on this beach between Ceres Rock and Red River.

South Coast
Good Beach Guide Recommended 2015. A pleasant east-facing shingle beach with rock pools and inlets for children to play in and along with its sheltered location Cawsand proves to be a popular beach with families.  A seasonal dog ban operates on

West Cornwall
Good Beach Guide Recommended 2015 - Marazion Beach has the most spectacular view of St Michael's Mount and the bay beyond, Mounts Bay, recently voted one of the most beautiful bays in the world. A seasonal dog ban operates on this beach. 

North Coast > Newquay
 Great Western is a one of four Newquay beaches popular with surfers and families alike. Caves and rock pools to explore at low tide.

West Cornwall
Loe Bar beach is a half mile shingle bank which separates the Loe, the largest natural fresh water lake in Cornwall, from the sea.  Loe Bar was originally the mouth of the River Cober which led to a harbour in Helston.