The Beach

THE BEACH. THREE BECOME ONE.

To the west lies Crinnis Beach with its distinct outcrop of rock, commonly known as Crinnis Island, sloping gently seawards. The beach at Shorthorn, to the centre, is set against a backdrop of sandy dunes, while its neighbour Polgaver Beach, a rich and verdant nature reserve, completes this unbroken stretch of coastline.

A WALK ON THE HIGH SIDE

The bay is shielded by a series of cliffs, offering walkers exceptional views from the South West Coast Path which meanders its way around the clifftops.

A CORNISH ORIGINAL

While the vision for Carlyon Beach is being realised, the beach remains open for business. Or rather, pleasure. Spend the day sunbathing underneath the sometime, summertime sun. Or pitch up for a picnic. Carlyon Beach is a wonderful work-in-progress, so bring your bucket and spade. And help us make this vision a reality.

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