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North Coast > Bude
Ruggedly beautiful, Northcott Mouth is a rocky cove, but a sandy beach emerges when the tide is out.

St. Germans > Bodmin Moor + Tamar Valley > Saltash
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 this beach.

West Cornwall > Hayle > St. Ives
Good Beach Guide Recommended 2014: Porthkidney Sands is a north-facing beach at the mouth of the Hayle Estuary that lies just two miles from the picturesque harbour town of St Ives, West Cornwall. Dog friendly all year round.

West Cornwall > Penzance
Secluded and romantic, with small coves of sand and shingle revealed at low tide, Prussia Cove has an olde-world poetic feel.

West Cornwall > Lands End > Sennen
Good Beach Guide Recommended 2015: Big, bold and ever so cool. The most westerly surf spot in the country. With a long, sandy beach and small harbour. A seasonal dog ban is in place.

North Coast > Padstow
Good Beach Guide Recommended 2015. Popular with surfers, excellent walking & marine wildlife. Golden sandy beach with little alcoves to sit and watch away the day.  Seasonal dog ban.

North Coast > Newquay
Good Beach Guide Recommended 2015. The epicentre of Europe’s surfing scene where a board, a wetsuit and a free and easy attitude is a must. 

North Coast > Padstow
Chapel Bar lies at the mouth of the River Camel in north Cornwall, a 10 minute walk from Padstow. At low tide, a vast, wide expanse of sand is revealed which stretches around 1½ miles.