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North Coast
Good Beach Guide Recommended 2015. Stunning beach, at low tide forms long stretches of golden sand backed by dunes from Daymer Bay to Rock with superb views across Camel Estuary.

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 > Perranporth
Huge beach with golden sand washed by the Atlantic Ocean. Ideal for families, walkers, surfers and even horses. Dogs must be kept on leads between July and August, 9am - 5pm 

North Coast > Newquay
Crantock offers a large expanse of golden sands surrounded by dunes between the Pentire Headlands to both east and west. 

North Coast > Bude
Good Beach Guide Recommended 2015. Summerleaze has a unique appeal, not least because it is less than five minutes’ walk from the centre of Bude.

North Coast > Newquay
 Great Western is a one of four Newquay beaches popular with surfers and families alike. Caves and rock pools to explore at low tide. Blue Flag Award 2019

West Cornwall
Mullion Cove on the west coast of the Lizard Peninsula is a small sandy beach, mostly covered at high tide, beside the historic lifeboat station and picturesque Mullion harbour. 

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.