Talland Bay Beach
Talland Bay Beach is a breathtaking beach located on the southeast coast of Cornwall. This fantastic coastal location is tucked away between Looe and Polperro, and boasts crystal clear water and stunning views. The beach is a mixture of shingle and sand, and it is perfect for both relaxing and exploring the rockpools when the tide is low.
For those who love water sports, this beach is an ideal destination. Kayaking and paddleboarding are all popular activities that visitors can enjoy.
One of the unique things about Talland Bay Beach is that it has two sides, East and West. The East side of the beach is more secluded, and visitors can take a peaceful stroll along the coastline. In contrast, the West side of the beach is more open and spacious, making it perfect for families and friends to enjoy a picnic or play some beach games.
Talland Bay Beach is not only an ideal destination for beach lovers but also for history buffs. The beach is situated along the South West Coast Path, which was once used by smugglers to transport contraband into the county. Visitors can take a walk along the path to explore this beautiful coastline.
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Polperro Beach is located 1.5km west of Talland Bay in Polperro, which is a charming fishing village with colourful houses and narrow streets. Hannafore Beach is 3km east of Talland Bay Beach and offers stunning views of Looe Island.
In conclusion, Talland Bay Beach is a must-visit destination for anyone visiting Cornwall. With its crystal clear water and opportunity for water sports it really is a jewel of a beach.