Quaint Cornish Villages surrounded by the sea and countryside.Lots of walks, diving, sailing and other water sports Ferry to Plymouth during season. Very friendly people. Many places to eat Nothing to dislike
it is very hilly but very safe and friendly for family day out water sports you can do their is a good shop in the sqaure where you can get bucket and spades and drinks and nibbles
Very pretty beaches, great for families. It can get little too busy for our liking. Our favourite has to be Whitsand Bay, just around the corner. Stunning beaches in low tide, so unspoiled. Simply the best!
Went here for a long weekend, thankfully the sun shone and the beaches although pebbles the sea was so clear and clean, quite a few people in swimming, even in May. Kayakers on the Cawsand beach, waiting for the tide. The ferry from the Barbican to Cawsand arriving. Good beaches, although not huge, but peaceful and quiet
It was so nice to see a well looked after beach that was in constant use by the local community. No litter whatsoever and the waves are lovely to watch and listen to, especially when the tide is in. Many hours were spent here last week, eating ice creams, recovering from enormous meals, watching the rowers and skimming stones. I... 更多
Cawsand is affectionately referred to as the forgotten part of cornwall. It is a small village largely unspoilt with great views across plymouth sound. There are a couple of good walks from here that make the most of the coast line, one to Rame head with a little disused chapel on its peak and magnificant views. Another going into Mount... 更多
Still has a village feel, not full of boutiques. There is a great clifftop walk as well as the walk from Cawsand to Kingsand through the village. The parking was easy at this time of year but don't try to drive through the streets - very narrow.
Lovely weather so went to Cawsand for the day. Lovely ferry trip from Plymouth, the 2 chaps who took us over couldn't have been more friendly or helpful.......and very easy on the eye!!! Helped with pushchairs and made sure everyone made it on and off the boat safely....and even rescued a yacht in trouble on the way back by towing... 更多
Cawsand and Kingsand flow into each other. Plenty of walking to be done, through the houses and few shops or off on the Coastal pathway. Several pubs and cafes to recharge the batteries and friendly service. Loved the slow pace of life despite it being Easter and full of tourists. Try your hand at kayaking or 'gig' sailing in Cawsand... 更多