Constantine Bay Beach
Constantine Bay Beach is a very large sandy beach not to far from the beautiful town of Padstow. It is very popular with surfers and Families.
The beach is backed by sand dunes and has mild cliffs on each side. It can be found along the South West Coast path on Cornwall’s North coast.
There is plenty of sand for any beach activities, such as frisbee, cricket, football or just to relax with a book in the sun.
At low tide there are many rock pools to explore and sea creatures to be found. Also a number of very shallow pools are left in the sand which are perfect for little ones to splash around in.
Padstow is the nearest town to Constatine Bay and a fabulous seaside town it is. There are plenty of places to quench your thirst and you will find many places serving very tasty seafood, it is a picturesque holiday resort and is certainly worth visiting.
Toilets: Yes they are situated by the Car Park
Facilities: There is a shop in the local village
Safety: Lifeguards are in operation 5 May–30 September.
Dogs: Dogs are allowed on this beach all year round.
Parking: There is one small car park close to the beach but it dills up very quickly, during the summer they generally have a field car park also.
Access: There is slope access to this beach but suitability for wheelchairs is unknown.