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Beaches near Camelford

Trebarwith Strand

A long sandy beach which is popular with families and surfers. Note that the beach is completely covered at high tide for several hours.

Access to the beach is by climbing over rocks (not suitable for pushchairs or wheelchairs).

Parking: 1 large council run car park a 5 minute walk from the beach.
Facilities: Toilets, beach shop and café.
Dogs: Allowed all year on Trebarwith Strand although we would recommend checking this beforehand. Information on bringing your dog on holiday

Bossiney Haven

A pleasant sandy cove which is completely covered at high tide. Access to the beach is via steep steps which are not suitable for wheelchairs or pushchairs.

Parking: Car parking in a field.
Facilities: Toilets.
Dogs: Allowed all year although we would advise checking this beforehand to avoid disappointment. Information on bringing your dog on holiday.

Port Gaverne

A sheltered narrow cove with plenty of sand at low tide. Popular with families. It is also worth exploring neighbouring Port Isaac. Parking is at Port Isaac, but unfortunately the main car park can be busy on sunny days.

Parking: 1 car park at Port Isaac.
Facilities: Toilets, pub and at Port Isaac there is a number of shops and cafes.
Dogs: No dogs between Easter to October although again we would advise checking this beforehand. Information on bringing your dog on holiday.

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