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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.

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.

West Cornwall > Portreath
Good Beach Guide recommended 2015: The large beach has soft fine sand, with shingle below the shore line, that is popular with families.  A seasonal dog ban operates on this beach.

West Cornwall > St. Ives
This crescent of golden sand, framed by a glittering bay, has glorious views across to Godrevy Lighthouse. A seasonal dog ban operates on this beach.

West Cornwall
Three glorious miles of sand and steeply shelving shingle running east from the historic harbour, popular with experienced surfers.

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 lighthouse.

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.

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.