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Fishing Cove

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Fishing Cove, Cornwall, TR12 7QB

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Fishing Cove

If you're looking for a quiet and secluded beach in Cornwall, Fishing Cove beach near Gunwalloe is the perfect spot. This stunning beach is mostly sand with some small ridges of rock. At high tide there isn't much beach to enjoy, but at low tide the beach runs all the way to Loe Bar Beach, which is 1.3 miles to the north.

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However, it's important to note that entering the water at Fishing Cove beach is not recommended as it's known for its dangerous currents around the headland. It's important to be careful not to get cut off by the tides as well.

Despite the dangers of the water, Fishing Cove beach is an ideal place to sit and enjoy the view, relax and read a book. It's a peaceful and quiet spot, perfect for those looking to escape the crowds and enjoy some tranquility.

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If you're looking to explore more beaches in the area, Dollar Cove Beach is only 1.5km to the south while Loe Bar Beach is just over 2km to the north.

Overall, Fishing Cove beach near Gunwalloe is a lovely remote spot on the Cornish coast. It has stunning scenery, a peaceful atmosphere and unique rock formations. It's a must-visit for anyone looking for a quiet and secluded beach experience. Just remember to be cautious when it comes to the water, and enjoy all that this amazing beach has to offer.

Useful Information for this Beach

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Porthleven Weather
Lizard Peninsula
9:03 am, May 25, 2024
temperature icon 14°C
few clouds
Humidity 72 %
Pressure 1015 mb
Wind 10 mph
Wind Gust: 0 mph
Visibility: 0 km
Sunrise: 5:22 am
Sunset: 9:14 pm

Nearby Beaches

Distances shown are for those walking the South West Coast Path

Porthleven Beach (3.5km north)

Loe Bar Beach (2km north)

Dollar Cove (1.5km south)

Church Cove / Gunwalloe (2km south)

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