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Beady Pool Beach Information
Beady Pool Beach is a remote beach located on the south of St Agnes and faces east although the island is very narrow here and you have the option of going to Porth Askin just behind which is westerly facing.
The beach is not brilliant sand but is a mix of sand and rocks backed by heathland that is a Site of Special Scientific Interest (SSSI).
The name is thought to come from the beads washed up from a 17th-century Venetian shipwreck that was carrying ceramic beads.
The beach has no facilities.
We have no current information on dog restrictions for Beady Pool Beach.
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