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South Coast
Porthluney Cove is a privately owned, secluded family beach with a large expanse of golden sand in front of Caerhays Castle and Gardens, which provide a striking backdrop, especially in the spring. Dog-friendly all year.

North Coast
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. Seaside Award 2022

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.

North Coast > Bude
Widemouth Bay is very long open bay popular with families and surfers and at low tide there are hundreds of rock pools to explore.  A seasonal dog ban operates on parts of this beach. Blue Flag Beach 2022

North Coast > Bude
A steep and narrow path leads down to the NT managed Sandymouth. This lovely beach has its own waterfall and is serviced by a seasonal café, toilets and surf-hire.

South Coast > Polperro
Accessed by a 20 minute walk, this undeveloped, peaceful cove is framed by lush countryside and towering cliffs. Dog-friendly all year. 

South Coast > St. Austell
Charlestown beach is a south-facing sloping shingle beach with an excellant water quality rating in 2017.

South Coast > Mevagissey
An east-facing sandy beach popular with families beside the very pretty South Coast village and harbour of Gorran Haven near St Austell.  This beach is dog friendly, however they must be kept on leads.