North & South Coast
Coastline & Beaches
Chapel Porth is owned and looked after by the National Trust and as a piece of Cornish history, the Wheal Coates tin mine are perched on the cliffs above (a great walk at any time of the year!). There’s a great local café on the beach with must-try ice cream!
You’ll find Carne beach on the South coast of Cornwall in an area known as the Roseland Peninsula. It’s sheltered by Nare Head, which rises 300 feet over the bay and is particularly popular with walkers and those looking for shelter from windier days!
Watergate Bay is just three miles from Newquay and offers two miles of golden sandy beach at low tide. If you’re heading here then you’ll enjoy great surfing, kite surfing and lots of local eateries offering fantastic food.