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Cadgwith Cove

A beautiful little slice of Cornish history; a small fleet of boats still fish from this pretty little cove.

5 Stars

Sep 2015

Miss Heather

Cadgwith is the quintessential Cornish fishing village, with local fishermen still making a living there today. It's so pretty and welcoming, and there's great local food served from Cadgwith Cove Inn and The Old Cellars restaurant. There's a 'todden' that extends into the sea in the middle of the cove, with the main fishing beach on one side and a small, more family-friendly beach on the other. Anyone could easily spend a day there just mooching in the little shops, going for a dip in the sea followed by a bite to eat!

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4 Stars

Jul 2011

Mrs Lowry-Tanner

Definitely worth a visit, not necessarily a beach day although there is a small cove but for stunning views and coastal walks, watching the fishing boats and village life pass by.

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