Description:Polkerris is a small village with a stone quay and a pleasant curved sandy beach which can be quite busy in summer. There is also another small beach called Booley Beach which can be reached via a ten minute walk on the coast path. There are no facilities at Booley Beach. Note that the Polkerris car park is often full in late summer.
Safety:No details available. See Beach Safety Guide.
Access:Polkerris Beach is less than a 5 minute walk from the car park and there is a slip way to the beach. There are steep steps to Booley Beach.
Dogs:Dogs are banned on Polkerris Beach from Easter Day to October 1.
Directions:Polkerris is about 7 miles from St Austell and 19 miles from Liskeard. Approaching from the east or west on the A390 turn onto the B3269 for Fowey (this junction is about 2 miles west of Lostwithiel and is signposted to Fowey). Shortly before Fowey turn right at a roundabout onto the A3082 (signposted to St Austell). Continue on this road and then take the next left (signposted to Polkerris) and then turn right and follow the road down to Polkerris. Polkerris can also be reached from the Par direction (on the A3082).
Post Code:PL24 2TL.
Parking:1 small car park less than a 5 minute walk from Polkerris Beach.
Toilets:Yes at Polkerris.
Facilities:Pub, beach shop at Polkerris Beach.
Activities:Watersports, see The Polkerris Beach Company.