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Charlestown Beach

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Charlestown Beach, Cornwall, PL25 3NJ

Charlestown Beach

Charlestown Beach

Situated on the south coast of Cornwall, Charlestown is a charming village famous for its historic harbour and stunning Georgian architecture. The beach is right next to the village centre, so offering a great spot to soak up the sun and enjoy stunning views on a trip to this lovely destination.

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Visitors should note the beach has a year-round dog ban to maintain cleanliness. The rule is strictly enforced, so your furry friends may need to be left at home or the beach viewed from afar if they are with you.

Apart from being a great spot for tourists, Charlestown harbour has also gained popularity for its use as a film set, especially for the hit TV series Poldark.

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While you're in the area, make sure you take a walk along the coast to explore some of the nearby beaches. Porthpean Beach is just 1.5km west of Charlestown Beach, and it's a great spot for rockpooling and relaxing. Carlyon Beach is also nearby, just 2.5km miles east. This beach is a popular destination for families, thanks to its size and crystal-clear waters.

In summary, Charlestown Beach is perfect for a relaxing day on Cornwall's south coast. Tourists and filmmakers love the village for its charm, stunning views and historic harbour. Pack your bags, download the tourist map and enjoy an unforgettable day out.

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Mevagissey Weather
Cornish Riviera Weather
7:57 am, April 18, 2024
temperature icon 5°C
few clouds
Humidity 79 %
Pressure 1025 mb
Wind 7 mph
Wind Gust: 11 mph
Visibility: 0 km
Sunrise: 6:18 am
Sunset: 8:17 pm

Nearby Beaches

Distances shown are for those walking the South West Coast Path

Polgaver Beach (3km west)

Carlyon Beach (2.5km west)

Porthpean Beach (1.5km east)

Pentewan Beach (6.5km south)

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