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Number of results: 10

  1. Address

    Downderry, Cornwall, PL11 3JR

    Downderry

    This wide beach is the perfect place to relax, play and explore. Parking, toilets and a cafe are available in the village and at low tide you can walk across to Seaton Beach.

  2. Address

    Looe, Cornwall, PL13 2DG

    Looe

    Hannafore Beach is a quiet south east facing shingle beach that is well known for its rock pools and great views of Looe Island. It is popular with dog walkers all year round.

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    Millendreath, Cornwall, PL11 3BP

    Millendreath

    Hoodny Cove and Finnygook Beach are accessible from Portwrinkle. Both are sandy beaches and are popular with families. Finnygook Beach is used by experienced surfers.

  4. Address

    Looe, Cornwall, PL13 1NY

    Looe

    A beautiful south facing sandy beach at the foot of a wooded valley. The beach has parking and cafe and restaurant facilities close by.

  5. Address

    Torpoint

    Whitsand Bay boasts 4 miles of sand as the neighbouring coves join on the low tide. The beach is accessed via a steep path and steps but it is never crowded unlike many of the beaches in and around Looe.

  6. Address

    Talland, Cornwall, PL13 2RY

    Talland

    Talland Bay is located midway between Looe and Polperro. Talland Bay is made up of two coves and the main beach has a car park, cafe and toilets close by. This section of the coast is designated both an Area of Outsanding Beauty and a Heritage Coast.

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    Seaton, Cornwall, PL11 3JQ

    Seaton

    Situated to the east of Looe, Seaton Beach can be found at the foot of the Hessenford Valley. The River Seaton crosses the beach which is popular with children and there is easy access to the car park, toilets and a beachfront cafe.

  8. Address

    Polperro, Cornwall, PL13 2RJ

    Polperro

    Polperro Beach is just outside the harbour walls and is a beautifully sheltered spot. The beach is small and vanishes at high tide! Access is either on foot or on a shuttle bus.

  9. Address

    East Looe, Cornwall, PL13 1HA

    East Looe

    Looe Beach (also known as East Looe beach) is a fantastic sandy beach very popular with families. Located in front of the town with cafes and toilets nearby. Access is generally on foot through the town centre.

  10. Address

    Looe, Cornwall, PL13 1LF

    Looe

    Plaidy Beach is just around the corner from Looe. It is a small sheltered beach with a peaceful feel that is best discovered on foot.

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