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Benoath Cove

You can access this beach either from Bossiney Haven at low tide or along the coastal path. There is a car park on the outskirts of Bossiney (opposite Bossiney Lodge) and a path leads from here over fields to the coastal path. Take a right then sharp left and take care as the path is narrow and steep leading to the beach below. The beach is sandy with some good rock pools and caves to explore. At high tide the beach all but disappears and swimming is not recommended on an ebbing or low tide. Dogs are welcome year round.

5 Stars

Jun 2019

Mrs Yeomans

Mrs Penny Yeomans

Breathtaking at low tide, could be abroad, gorgeous soft sand and clear blue sea. Very steep climb down and back up, inaccessible to some. Unspoilt a classic Cornish beauty spot. 5 stars

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