A bit off the beaten track, with large car park. Facilities include a shop and toilets (not open until Easter). Peaceful and quiet on a Monday morning in May.
Porthpean beach is about half a mile down from a broad cliff top affording spectacular views of the bay, today with a tall ship quietly weighing anchor off shore, its white sails furled. The road to the beach is single track with passing places and steep to boot, with a a car park at the base and a ramp on... 更多
Great beach once the tide is out for rock pooling and catching crabs. You can walk along the cliff top to Charlestown as well. The cafe sells very tasty ice creams and there are toilets blocks.
Went her to walk our dog as out of season. Other dog walkers and ramblers. This beach is on a coastal path from Charlestown which is 1 mile away along the cliff edge. This is a mainly sandy beach but has one end which is made up of rocks, where natural water escapes from the land and makes beautiful natural... 更多
We come here every time we visit Cornwall for a walk. Busy this visit as it turned out to be a lovely February afternoon with warm sunshine. Great beach for kids, adults alike. Not so great for disabled as access is difficult. To get to the beach there is quite a steep walk way/road (no cars allowed except people with... 更多
We had a lovely day out with the kids and this beach is amazing! We loved it the only advise is try to go on a sunny day it feels much better.
I could not believe how clear the water was when I was there. It is a lovely place to visit and walk around and great for the dogs to run around on the beach.
Great location, almost deserted beach, tide not in and all at 11am on a midweek half term day...too good to be true? The views are stunning, the beach is really nice and litter free, the rock pools are excellent to explore - but the smell of sewage was too over-powering to stay! I'm hoping it was only the seaweed and... 更多