South West England

Things to Do: Beaches

Lusty Glaze Beach, Newquay, Cornwall (North Coast)

A beautiful sandy bay in a sheltered cove

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Lusty Glaze is a privately owned Newquay beach that offers a range of beach based adventure activities. It can be accessed from neighbouring beaches or by walking down the cliff top path.

Church Cove, Helston, Cornwall (South Coast)

A picturesque sandy cove with lots of rockpools.

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A popular, sandy cove with plenty of rockpools. Easy, level access to the beach.

Croyde Bay Beach, Nr Braunton, Devon (North Coast)

A half mile sandy bay backed by sand dunes.

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The fine sand and dunes make this a popular beach with families. The beach also benefits from high waves and is a big hit with the surfers. There is also a surf school for those who are keen to join the action on the water.

Little Perhaver Beach, Nr St Austell, Cornwall (South Coast)

A small sandy beach that’s sheltered by harbour walls

More information on: Little Perhaver Beach

This is a small family beach at the heart of Gorran Haven. Fishing and sight seeing trips are available from the sea front and it’s also possible to walk to the neighbouring beach at low tide.

Brean Beach, Nr Burnham-on-Sea, Somerset

Part of a seven mile stretch of sand

More information on: Brean Beach

Brean sands lies below the National Trust headland of Brean Down and forms the northern most part of a seven-mile stretch of sands. It has extensive flats at low tide and it ideal for walking and beach sports.

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