Fantastic sandy beach situated between Port Isaac and Tintagel.
There is no beach at high tide so make sure you check the times before you go there. Access to the beach is via a broad pathway that has been cut into the rock. The beach is washed clean twice a day by the tide, and has many caves and rock pools to explore.
There is easy access to the coastal path where you can enjoy spectacular walks to the neighbouring villages.
Half way up the western cliff, is the Port William Inn from where you will get a commanding view over the beach.
There is a small private car park close to the beach, but the main car park is a bit of a hike, up the hill
|The main public car park about 500 metres from the beach, there is some limited parking closer to the beach.|
|Toilets available near the main car park and at the entrance to the beach.|
|Basic food available in the local shops. Good food available in the Port William Inn|