• Porthminster Beach St Ives Cornwall Harbour Boats
    Porthminster Beach, St Ives
    Posted on June 21, 2017

    Porthminster Beach sits underneath the hillside in front of St Ives train station and is one of the first glimpses visitors get when arriving into the town. Quite simply, Porthminster Beach is stunning, often looking Mediterranean even in Winter. It...

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    Beautiful Lusty Glaze
    Posted on March 10, 2017

    Lusty Glaze is a desirable destination not only for its fabulous beach and beautiful scenery, but also due to its lovely cafe and outdoor music venue as well as being within close proximity to the bustling town of Newquay. Cornish pubs...

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    A smuggler’s walk and a beach with a story
    Posted on December 30, 2016

    Setting out from Acton Castle near Rosudgeon, on this perfect day in December 2016, we were just ambling but stumbled on a fantastic little beach. It’s slightly remote but perfectly accessible — our favourite kind! A bit of research uncovered the name,...

  • Forever Cornwall Polzeath Beach
    Polzeath, a family friendly beach
    Posted on October 28, 2016

    North Cornwall’s iconic surfing beach, Polzeath, doesn’t disappoint whether the tide is on or out. After parking on the beach you are just steps away from vast stretches of golden sand. Monitored throughout the summer by the RNLI and extremely...

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    Keeping Cornwall’s Beaches Clean
    Posted on September 21, 2016

    Every year thousands of tonnes of marine litter is washed ashore on Cornish beaches. Many organisations help with the constant task of collecting this rubbish, including The National Trust, Surfers Against Sewage and Cornwall Wildlife Trust. These organisations having regular...

  • Forever Cornwall Chapel Porth From Above
    Chapelporth Beach
    Posted on May 13, 2016

    Chapelporth is a great little cove on the North Cornish coast. At high tide there is a lovely little cove with pebbles at the top of the beach and sand at the water line. At low water the cove opens...