Port Gaverne Beach
Port Gaverne Beach is a picturesque and tranquil cove. It is just under 1km west of the very popular fishing village of Port Isaac. It has a small beach that is a hidden gem, with a sheltered cove and clear blue waters perfect for snorkelling and rock pooling. This beach is relatively easy to access and is a popular spot for kayaking and paddleboarding.
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Just 10km to the east of Port Gaverne lies the large Trebarwith Strand Beach, which offers a long stretch of sandy beach surrounded by dramatic cliffs and rock formations. This beach is a popular location for surfing and swimming and is home to many rock pools and caves that are exposed at low tide.
The village of Port Isaac, made famous by the hit TV series Doc Martin, is located just under 1km to the west of Port Gaverne. It's a short walk along the coast path. Visitors can explore the narrow streets and whitewashed cottages of this traditional fishing village.
Port Gaverne Beach is a hidden gem on the North Cornish coast, offering visitors a peaceful and secluded beach experience. With its clear blue waters, sheltered cove, and stunning surroundings, the beach is perfect for snorkelling and kayaking. With the picturesque village of Port Isaac just a short walk away, visitors can enjoy the best of both worlds.
Useful Information for this Beach
Distances shown are for those walking the South West Coast Path
Trebarwith Strand Beach (10km east)
Port Isaac Beach (1km west)
Port Quin Beach (6km west)