This area of Cornwall has some wonderful beaches which Martha and I love to visit. Here is a little round up.
Perranuthnoe - You will find us here, many a weekend. A fairly sheltered beach with rock pools at either end. You can park just up the road and there is a steep ramp which you can push a buggy down or carry a kayak. Occasionally there is a nice wave here too, when the swell is too big for the north coast. An added bonus are the two cafes. The Cabin is perfect for a cuppa or an ice cream and the Peppercorn Cafe has fabulous cake and very delicious lunches. Seasonal lifeguard cover.
Praa Sands - Another wonderful sandy beach with relatively easy access. On a summer's day the water is magical here and glistens. It is a great place to explore with a kayak or Stand Up Paddleboard. There are a couple of cafes and a great bar, often with live music. Seasonal lifeguard cover.
Marazion & Long Rock Beach - A totally different feel to this beach and a place perfect to walk your dog all year round. St Michael's Mount looks over this beach and the feeling is very majestic.
Prussia Cove - A stunning little cove located on a private estate. You have to park your car at the top of the hill & walk down but it is worth it when this pretty little cove unfolds below. Not very child friendly to access, it does however feel like a secret getaway.
Trenow, Perranuthnoe, sleeps 4
Hendra, Perranuthnoe, sleeps 3
Nanturras, Goldsithney, sleeps 8
St. Petry, Goldsithney, sleeps 6