To the north of town and obtainable because of the coast road is a brilliant stretch of sand from St Georges Cove to Harbour Cove (know locally as Tregirls) and Hawkers Cove.
The stroll from Padstow to St Georges Cove takes about ten minutes with great views over the estuary. Harbour Cove is simply further along the coast. The walk out on headland to Stepper Point (The Sleeping Dragon) provides the most stunning view's of estuary including Daymer Bay, Rock or more the estuary on old Iron Bridge that will be the main Camel Trail. Padstow is linked via a ferry solution towards the town of Rock.
Parking: there clearly was a regular carpark for Harbour Cove on your way out to Hawker's Cove
Services: Toilet services tend to be positioned in Padstow with stores and cafe's.
Puppies: Puppies are prohibited from St Georges Cove from easter-day to October 1 nonetheless are permitted at Harbour Cove and Hawkers Cove.
Full details of all beaches in the region:
This can be a really big sandy beach which will be broken by very large spectacular granite outcrops. Just be aware that swimming is dangerous as a result of the strong currents and usage of the beach is unsuitable for wheel seats and press seats as the steps right down to the coastline have become high. These tips tend to be closed to your public during the cold winter months and re-open on first March every year. Please be aware that there's a risk on some parts of the coastline to be cut off.
Parking: restricted parking into the one little National Trust Car Park in the summer period there's typically a privately operate car parking offered.
Services: Tea area run because of the nationwide Trust with bathroom services.
Puppies: this might be your dog friendly beach and is available throughout the year.
That is a wide sandy beach with several rock swimming pools and popular with surfers. Constantine Bay and Boobies Bay are a couple of stunning shores, both crescents of soft golden sand that type one long coastline at reduced wave. Booby’s Bay is approximately half a mile north of Constantine Bay. A spot interesting is of a ship wreck that is just noticeable at low tide. Accessibility the coastline is by climbing straight down from the coastline path or walking along the beach at low wave. The searching at Booby’s Bay is advised for advanced and experienced surfers just. Please be aware that accessibility and browsing is certainly not feasible for about 2 hours either part of high water as coastline is submerged.