Portholland Beach is made up of two small, secluded coves of grey stone and rocky outcrops. Backed by a granite sea wall that protects the tiny hamlets of East and West Portholland, home to around forty residents.
At low tide the coves join to become a wide stretch of unspoilt sandy shoreline, just one of many secluded spots along the Roseland that have remained largely unchanged for over a century.
The Roseland Peninsula is a designated Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty and boasts unrivalled scenery, a relatively mild climate year-round and can be haven away from the crowds.
- Mevagissey / The Roseland
Portholland Beach Portholland The Roseland Cornwall TR2 5QA
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