Cornwall Beach Guide

Cape Cornwall Beach

Description:
At Cape Cornwall there is a small cove called Priests Cove with a pebble beach and lots of rock pools. There is also a small tidal pool. Its definitely worth climbing the footpath up to the Cape for spectacular views.
Safety:
No details available. See Beach Safety Guide.
Access:
From the car park there is a sloping road and path with steps (not suitable for wheel chairs) to reach the slipway to the beach.
Dogs:
Dogs allowed all year at Cape Cornwall.
Directions:
Cape Cornwall is approximately 9 miles from Penzance. Follow the A30 around the outskirts of Penzance then turn right onto the A3071 for St Just and follow this road to St Just. At St Just turn left for Cape Cornwall (signposted to Cape Cornwall). Then follow this road for several miles to Cape Cornwall.
Post Code:
TR19 7NN.
Parking:
1 National Trust car park at Cape Cornwall.
Toilets:
Yes at the Cape Cornwall car park.
Facilities:
None.
Activities:
None.
Nearby Alternative Beaches:
Porthcurno (9 miles, sandy beach)
Sennen Cove (6 miles, sandy beach, surfing, disabled access)
St Ives (16 miles, seaside town, sandy beaches, surfing, part dog friendly, some disabled access)
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