Set in a beautifully picturesque fishing village of the same name, Cadgwith Beach (there are two small beaches here) is certainly a gorgeous spot.
Both beaches are pebble beaches and are surrounded by rocks and lush cliffs.
The waters at Cadgwith are invitingly sheltered and blue but due to it being a working fishing village it can be very busy with boats.
There is not a lot of room for many families on these beaches but they are certainly worth a visit for the views alone.
Cadwith is also home to a world class Pilot Gig rowing team and if you head down at the right time you may be able to see them in action!
Facilities: There is a shop just off of the beach as well as restaurants.
Safety: Lifeguards are not in operation on this beach.
Dogs: Dogs are not allowed on the west beach between easter and October but are allowed on the East beach all year.
Parking:There is one car park about a five minute walk from the beach, parking elsewhere is impossible!
Access: There is slip way access to one beach.