Beach is a wide sandy beach close to the village of Perranuthnoe.
The beach is also known as Perran Sands. Note that there is
little sand left at high tide. There are two smaller mainly
pebble beaches to the east, but access is difficult. The far
east beach is called Trevean Cove and there is some sand here
Access:There is a slipway to the main beach at Perranuthnoe.
The first pebble beach to the east is accessible from the
coast path via a steep path. Trevean Cove is only accessible
by climbing over rocks
Dogs:Dogs are banned at Perranuthnoe Beach from 1st May to
30th September (8am to 7pm)
Directions:Perranuthnoe is about 9 miles from Hayle and
9 miles from Helston. Approaching from Hayle on the A30
follow the directions to Penzance. Shortly after Crowlas
take the first left on a roundabout onto the A394 and after
about 2 miles turn right for Perranuthnoe (signposted to
Perranuthnoe). Follow this road through Perranuthnoe village.
Alternatively take the A394 from Helston. After about 6
miles turn left for Perranuthnoe (signposted to Perranuthnoe)
Parking:1 car park close to Perranuthnoe Beach
Toilets:Yes, close to the Perranuthnoe Beach car park