All Places in Cornwall
- Great Par Beach is a semi-circular sandy beach with some rocks on the west coast of Bryher and is also sometimes referred to as Great Porth after the bay. The beach is more rugged than the calmer eastern coast and this is just about as west as you can go in England, with the exception of some of the rocky islands you can see. A great place for sunsets and watching visits from seals. Bryher is only a small island and so you have access to a shop and food.
- Carleon Cove is a rocky cove approached down a long incline with cobbles along part of its length, then a bridge over a very pretty stream. Now deserted, Carleon Cove used to operate a pilchard fishery until the mid 19th century. The pilchard cellar buildings were later extended to accommodate a steam engine, used to power machinery for cutting and polishing serpentine, and a stream was deepened to allow flat-bottomed barges to ferry the products out to ships. Park at the National Trust Poltesco and walk down to the cove. We have no dog information for Carleon Cove beach.
- Lankidden Cove is typical of the small coves around The Lizard, with fine sand broken up by smooth boulders and backed by high cliffs. No facilities and to access this beach you will have roughly a 1 mile walk from Kennack Sands. We have no dog information for Lankidden Cove beach.