Porthcurnick Beach Cornwall
Sat on the East coast of the beautiful Roseland Peninsula, Porthcurnick is just up the coast from Portscatho.
A wide sandy beach backed by lush green fields and sheltered by steep cliffs either side.
Great rockpools at low tide and a slipway. There is a shop and toilets in the summer.
Best conditions for a pleasant day:
Wind Direction: N, NW, W & SW
Avoid: Strong E, SE & S winds
Tide: Best LW +/- 4 Hrs
Parking: Portscatho car park, 5 mins walks
Dogs: Allowed, bins in Portscatho
Public Toilets: In Portscatho
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