Caerhays Beach, also known as Porthluney Cove, is a beautiful and family-friendly beach located in Cornwall. It is a good sized sandy beach that is gently shelved, making it an ideal spot for paddling. The beach is nicely sheltered, helping visitors enjoy the beach even on windy days.
One of the unique features of this area are the dramatic views, as the Castle and its gardens can be seen from the beach.
If you're planning a visit to Caerhays Beach, you can download a free Tourist Information Map for this beach and the local area by clicking HERE. The map provides helpful information on parking, facilities, and nearby attractions.
In addition to its natural beauty and historic castle, the beach has a range of facilities and amenities.
Tourist Information Maps
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If you're looking to explore more of the Cornish coast, Portholland Beach is just 2km west of Caerhays Beach, while Hemmick Beach is 2.5km east. Both of these beaches offer stunning views and are well worth a visit.
Overall, Caerhays Beach is a delightful and picturesque location that offers something for everyone. With its gently shelving sands, historic castle and stunning views, this beach is definitely worth a visit whilst exploring the Cornish coast.
Useful Information for this Beach
Distances shown are for those walking the South West Coast Path
Vault Beach (6.5km east)
Hemmick Beach (2.5km east)
Portholland Beach (2km west)
Carne Beach (11km west)