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North Cornwall
Sandymouth Beach is a large pebble beach with plenty of sand at low tide and good surfing. Dogs allowed all year
Sandy Mouth Details

SE Cornwall

Seaton Beach is a spacious grey sand beach popular with families. All facilities are close by. At low tide the beach stretches all the way from Seaton Beach to Downderry Beach. There are also pleasant walks along the Seaton Valley. Dogs allowed all year Seaton Details


SE Cornwall

Samphire Beach is a small sand and shingle beach to the west of Looe. There are many rock pools. Dogs allowed all year
Samphire Beach Details


West Cornwall
Sennen Cove is a wide sandy beach which is popular with surfers and families. There are decent facilities and plenty of parking. At low tide the beach stretches from Sennen Cove to Gwynver Beach. The coast path can be walked south from Sennen Cove to Lands End for spectacular coastal views. Dogs banned in summer
Sennen Cove Details

Mid Cornwall
Spit Beach is a pleasant sandy beach which faces south into St Austell Bay. There are no toilets or facilities but dogs are allowed all year
Spit Beach Details

Mid Cornwall
At St Anthony Head there are two small sandy beaches called Great Molunan and Little Molunan. There is excellent walking and scenery around St Anthony Head
St Anthony Head Details

West Cornwall
St Ives is a popular and picturesque seaside town which is a great place to visit. There are two super beaches Porthminster and Porthmeor. There are also three smaller beaches Porthgwidden, Bamaluz and Lambeth Walk and there is also plenty of sand in St Ives harbour and beyond the harbour wall at low tide. Porthmeor Beach is a popular surfing beach. Dogs banned in summer on most of the beaches
St Ives Details

Mid Cornwall
St Mawes is a pleasant seaside town which is well worth a visit just for the scenery. There are two sandy beaches with rock pools, Summers Beach and Tavern Beach. At low tide there is also the harbour beach. St Mawes Castle can be visited and there are also ferries to Falmouth. Dogs banned in summer
St Mawes Details

North Cornwall
Stanbury Mouth Beach is a large pebble beach with a large amount of sand at low tide and there are numerous rock pools. Parking is limited at Stanbury Mouth and there are no facilities
Stanbury Mouth Details

North Cornwall
The Strangles Beach is a large sandy beach with plenty of sand at low tide. The beach is quiet even in summer due to a difficult climb down to the beach. There are no facilities at The Strangles Beach. Climbing over the rocks at the north of the beach, there is another sandy beach called Little Strand
The Strangles Details

Mid Cornwall
Swanpool Beach is a pleasant sandy cove on the outskirts of Falmouth. Dogs banned in summer
Swanpool Details







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