With perfect golden sands and the clearest bluey Green waters Porthcurno Beach is a very special beach indeed which could be easily mistaken for a part of the Caribbean. It is very popular with families during the summer but there is plenty of room for everyone on this little Cornish Jewel of a sand strip.
Great for swimming, frisbee, football, snorkelling or just simply relaxing in the beautiful surround. There is a small river/stream that enters the beach from the top which parents may find more suitable for smaller children to play in rather than the sloping shelves of sand in the sea.
There are a few fantastic attractions very close by the beach such as: The famous and inspiring Minack Theatre and the Porth Curno Telegraph Museum which is on the beach itself. There are also a number of stunning coastal walks along the cliff tops and the views are second to none
Address: Saint Levan, Cornwall
Toilets: There are toilets by the car park for the beach
Facilities: There is a cafe close by, a Museum and a Theatre
Safety: Lifeguards are in operation during the summer months only
Dogs: Dogs are not allowed on the beach between 8am and 7pm from the 1st May-30th September
Parking: There is a Pay and Display Car Park situated right by the beach
Access: This is access for everyone onto this beach although there is a small flight of steps.