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Porthoustock Beach

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Porthoustock Beach, Cornwall, TR12 6QW

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Porthoustock Beach

Located on the eastern coast of the Lizard Peninsula in Cornwall, Porthoustock Beach has long been associated with the fishing industry. The village is nestled between St. Keverne and St. Anthony and is home to a small port where visitors can watch local fishermen hauling in their daily catch.

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Porthoustock is an ideal destination for history buffs and those who appreciate industrial relics. A disused concrete silo is seen at one side of the beach. Despite its industrial past, Porthoustock Beach has managed to maintain its charm and beauty. The beach itself is made up of dark sand and shingle, but it's at its best during low tide. Although the waters are not suitable for swimming, the beach is a great place to relax with a book and soak up the sun.

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For those looking to explore the surrounding area, Coverack Beach is located just 6.5km to the south, while Porthallow Beach is 3km to the north. Both beaches offer a unique experience and are worth a visit.

In summary, Porthoustock Beach offers visitors a glimpse into Cornwall's rich history and culture. Although the beach is not ideal for swimming, it is the perfect place to relax and unwind. With its industrial relics and working fishing boats, Porthoustock is an interesting destination for many.

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Porthallow Weather
Lizard Peninsula
9:50 am, April 15, 2024
temperature icon 9°C
broken clouds
Humidity 78 %
Pressure 1013 mb
Wind 28 mph
Wind Gust: 45 mph
Visibility: 0 km
Sunrise: 6:23 am
Sunset: 8:11 pm

Nearby Beaches

Distances shown are for those walking the South West Coast Path

Flushing Cove (7km north)

Porthallow Beach (3km north)

Coverack Beach (6.5km south)

Kennack Sands Beach (14km south)

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