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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.

North Coast > Port Isaac
Port Gaverne is a sheltered, narrow cove with plenty of sand at low tide and neighbour to Port Isaac and may be the quaintest cove in North Cornwall nestling in under the cliffs.

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.

North Coast > Newquay
Good Beach Guide Recommended 2015. This huge beach of golden sand backed by grass tufted dunes is a perfect example of the north coast’s wide open bays large enough for everyone to enjoy whatever comes naturally.

North Coast > Newquay
A small attractive cove, also known as Polly Joke, that is north-west facing and less busy than other beaches nearby.  

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.

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.

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.