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North Coast > Padstow
Good Beach Guide Recommended 2015. Considered one of the best family beaches in Cornwall, Harlyn Bay is a wide and spacious beach of yellow sand and pebbles with plenty of interesting rock pools backed by dunes

West Cornwall > Lands End
A real 'locals' beach, off the beaten track and tricky to find without local knowledge. Portheras Cove is on the northern edge of West Cornwall between Morvah and Pendeen. The cove is sandy and located at the end of a small valley.

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.

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.

North Coast > Bude
A wild and romantic cove with a small west-facing beach, Duckpool is often less crowded when other beaches are buzzing at the height of the season. The beach is beautiful, but not suitable for swimming.

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.

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
Hemmick is a secret sandy beach that is south-west facing accessed by a steep road from the small car park that is reached by narrow country lanes from Boswinger, west of Gorran Haven and just 9 miles from St Austell. Dog-friendly all year.