If you're looking for a remote beach next to a charming little fishing village with a delightful working harbour, then Coverack is the place for you. Located on the sheltered eastern side of the Lizard Peninsula in Cornwall, this idyllic spot is a must-visit destination.
The beach is best enjoyed at low tide when it reveals its true beauty, with crystal-clear waters and fine sand. However, at high tide, there isn't much beach to enjoy and the back of the beach is rocky, so plan your visit accordingly. The coast paths around Coverack Bay are a great place to spot dolphins below in the ocean, so keep your eyes peeled while taking in the stunning views.
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