Port Quin Beach is a hidden gem on the North Cornwall coast, located just 5km to the west of the popular fishing village of Port Isaac. This small cove is more pebbles than sand, but it's still a great spot to relax and soak up the sun. Visitors can take a stroll around the beach at low tide and explore the many rock pools that are exposed. The coast path walk offers spectacular views.
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Lundy Bay Beach is just 1.5km to the west of Port Quin. The beach is popular with walkers and birdwatchers, who come to explore the beautiful coastal path that winds along the cliffs above the beach.
For those looking for a bit more action, the nearby village of Port Isaac, 5km east, has many amenities and facilities. Port Isaac is also famous for its role in the TV series Doc Martin, and fans of the show enjoy spotting many of the locations that have featured in the production.
Overall, Port Quin Beach is a peaceful and unspoiled spot on the North Cornwall coast, perfect for visitors who want to escape the crowds and experience traditional Cornish life.
Useful Information for this Beach
Distances shown are for those walking the South West Coast Path
Port Gaverne Beach (6km east)
Port Isaac Beach (5km east)
Lundy Bay Beach (1.5km west)
Polzeath Beach (7km west)