Mousehole Beach is a small stretch of sand located within the harbour of the stunningly beautiful fishing village of Mousehole.
There are two rocky beaches either side of the harbour but the jewel itself lies within the walls.
The waters are clean and sheltered due to the harbour walls but bathers should take note that this is a working fishing village and boat traffic is high.
Mousehole is certainly worth a visit for it’s pituresque streets and it boasts some lovely village pubs and Cafe’s.
There is an award winning childrens booked named ‘The Mousehole Cat’ that is worth a read and Mousehole at christmas is a muct see for the amazing show if lights in the waters of the harbour.
Mousehole is not too far from the town of Penzance which has lots to see and do, also not too far is the beautiful St Michaels Mount or about a 20 minute drive in the opposit direction is the magical place of Porthcurno which is home to the romantic and impressive Minack theatre.
Facilities: There are shops, Cafe’s and pubs in Mousehole.
Safety: Lifeguards are not in operation on this beach.
Dogs: Dogs are not allowed in the harbour all year round but can go freely on the rocky beaches to each side.
Parking:There are a couple of carparks within the village or there is also free on road parking a short walking distance from Mousehole
Access: There is no disabled access to the beach.