This beach on the Rame Peninsula boasts stunning views of the Plymouth Sound and is popular with both locals and visitors. This shingly beach is a great destination for a relaxing day out with friends and family who wish to enjoy the views and the clear water.
The villages of Kingsand and Cawsand have a fascinating history. The two villages were originally separate but were later joined together as one. The history of the area is still evident today with many of the buildings in the villages dating back to the 17th century. The villages were once home to smugglers who used the beaches to bring contraband ashore.
If you're looking for a beach that is dog-friendly all year round, this beach is a great option. However, if you prefer a beach with dog restrictions, Cawsand Beach is only a short 0.5km eastward walk away.
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In addition to its beautiful beach, Kingsand is a charming and quaint village, worth exploring.
Kingsand Beach is also a great starting point for coastal walks. The South West Coast Path runs through the villages, offering stunning views of the coastline. The walk from Kingsand to Rame Head is particularly picturesque, taking you past fields of wildflowers and along cliff tops with breathtaking views of the sea.
In conclusion, Kingsand Beach and the surrounding villages are a must-visit destination in Cornwall. With its stunning beach, fascinating history and scenic walks, there is something for everyone to enjoy. Whether you're a local or a visitor, a day out in Kingsand and Cawsand is sure to be a memorable experience.
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