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West Cornwall > St. Ives
Soak up the harbour side atmosphere on this pretty beach in the favourite seaside town of St Ives. A seasonal dog ban operates on this beach.

West Cornwall > Lands End
A picturesque fishing hamlet in West Cornwall, with some boats still launching from here, Porthgwarra has a small secluded beach just around the corner from Porthcurno.  A seasonal dog ban operates on this beach.

North Coast
Good Beach Guide Recommended 2015, Crackington Haven is a lovely cove dominated by majestic cliffs and offering a stretch of golden sand when the tide is out along with many rock pools.  Seasonal dog ban operates on this beach.

South Coast > Mevagissey
Two small beaches of grey stones and rocky outcrops backed by a granite sea wall serve the tiny hamlets of East and West Portholland. Dog-friendly all year.

West Cornwall
Good Beach Guide Recommended 2015: Three glorious miles of sand and steeply shelving shingle where it is possible to walk in an easterly direction, when the tide is out. 

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

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.

West Cornwall > Penzance
Secluded and romantic, and once a haunt for Cornwall's best known smuggler, Prussia Cove has an olde-world poetic feel.