The whitest sandy beach in Cornwall – great for sunbathing and swimming. The beach is a bit of a hike from the car park through sand dunes and the first 50 metres of the beach are very steep – once you get there though, it’s well worth it. There is a large expanse of sand, even at high tide.
The west, the cliff, is home to the Minack Theatre – worth visit but in my opinion, a bit of an eyesore.
Next to the car park is the Telegraph Museum – the main part is cut into the rock face and there is a staircase that takes you to a hidden position high up on the cliff with some commanding views.
|There is a large public car park about 200 metres from the beach.|
|Toilets available in the car park.|
|Basic food available in the beach shops|