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Constantine Bay

A west facing long sandy beach backed by sand dunes and plenty of rock pools. It has the reputation of being one of the best surfing beaches in Cornwall.  It is separated from its neighbour Booby's Bay at high tide but at low tide it creates a longer expanse of beach.

Parking: Small car park with limited spaces directly next to the beach; larger seasonal car park just up the road.

Toilets: Yes, by the Constantine Bay Beach car park.

Facilities: Shop in Constantine Bay Village

Safety: Lifeguards are on duty during the summer months, although we would advise checking this information before visiting.

Dogs: Dogs are welcome all year round, although we would advise checking this information before visiting.  Information on bringing your dog on holiday.

Treyarnon Bay Beach

Treyarnon Bay Beach is an excellent family beach with lots of sand and rock pools.

Parking: 1 car park at Treyarnon Bay.

Toilets: Yes (closed out of season).

Facilities: 1 shop in beach car park.

Safety: Lifeguards are on duty during the summer months, although we would advise checking this information before visiting.

Dogs: Dogs are welcome all year round, although we would advise checking this information before visiting.  Information on bringing your dog on holiday.

Surf Report

Find out the surf report for when you visit Constantine Bay...

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BBC Tide Times

Here you can view an up-to-date tide table for the South West of England...

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Beach Safety

Download the 29-page RNLI Beach Safety Guide here...

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