Kynance Cove on dramatic and historic stretch of Cornish coast – white-sand, cliffs, turquoise water and multi-coloured islands. Calm seas means good swimming conditions but there can be rip tides and Read more [...]
Planning a trip to the The Lizard coast and looking for the nearest beach? Our beach lists will help you find the closest beaches to your location and then for each beach, we will answer questions around location, tide times, weather forecast, dog restrictions, water quality and provide general information on the beach and its facilities. When on a beach page use our tools to search the The Lizard seaside towns and surrounding coast for things to see and do or places to stay and eat.
Finding the right beach in The Lizard is easy – simply explore the links below, to find the closest, hit the jump to my location button or use the search bar to plan your next The Lizard beach visit.
St Anthony-In-Meneage is a small beach located in a waterside hamlet within Gillan Creek. Popular for sailing and motor boats but limited facilities, just a car park and shop.
Porthoustock beach is a pebble beach surrounded by old quarries. This is not so picturesque as other Cornish coves. The beach is popular launching beach for divers as Porthoustock’s proximity Read more [...]
Porthallow beach is a sheltered pebble beach, once a thriving pilchard fishing village. The beach has plenty of rock pools at low tide. Facilities include car park, toilets, cafe and Read more [...]
Poldhu Cove a fine beach in a sandy cove that has sand dunes. Lovely coastal walks and excellent views. The Poldhu Wireless Station (remains can still be seen) was where Read more [...]
Polpeor Cove a south facing small coarse dark grey sandy beach situated at Lizard Point itself. The cove is dominated by the Old Lizard Lifeboat Station. Due to its location Read more [...]
Polurrian Cove a large south west facing beach with sand and fine shingle. Popular with families in summer due to its proximity to Mullion and several caravan and camping sites. Read more [...]
Pentreath pebble beach below cliffs, although there is sand at low tide, but all but disappears at high tide. This beach is usually quiet as you have to walk to Read more [...]
Mullion Cove has a small sandy beach within the working harbour. Million is a small cove and harbour village with facilities including car parking, cafe, shops and toilets. We have Read more [...]
Loe Bar beach is actually made up of 2 parts; The Loe, which is the largest natural freshwater lake in Cornwall and the Bar, a half mile shingle/flint bank that separates Read more [...]
Kennack Sands a sandy beach with rock pools. At high tide the beach is split into two but at low tide is is a very large beach. East facing beach Read more [...]
Housel Bay is a small sandy cove that disappears at high tide. Visitors need to be careful not to be cut off as the tide comes in! The bay is Read more [...]