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South Coast
A wide straight beach made up of shingle and sand with rock pools at low tide.  Dog-friendly all year.

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.

South Coast
A pleasant east-facing shingle beach with rock pools and inlets for children to play in in a sheltered location. Cawsand proves to be a popular beach with families.

South Coast > Fowey
Polridmouth Beach is set in an attractive, sheltered cove to the east of Gribbin Head and west of the popular town of Fowey. Dog-friendly all year.

West Cornwall > St Just
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.

North Coast > Newquay
Lusty Glaze beach was crowned Beach of the Year 2017 by the The Times and The Sunday Times, and although privately owned the beach is usually fully open to the public at no cost.

West Cornwall > Mousehole
With the tide out, the enclosed harbour at Mousehole is a popular beach. There's also a long stretch of beach running east toward Penlee Point.

West Cornwall > Penzance
Longrock is a safe family beach with sand and pebbles halfway between Penzance and Marazion. Favoured with Penzance locals as it is the most easily accessible stretch of sandy beach from town.