The beach is more shingle than sand but there are beach huts and a Café, which took time to get served, waiting for a gap in the conversation with a local. We thought it was expensive for soft drinks so I recommend you take some with you instead; I guess the Cafe can get away with those prices, having a captured market. There are lots of tables outside, so you can get the sea views, however, the public toilets are right next to the café, so not great if you're eating. We didn't venture down the rickety stairs with the bendy handrail down to the beach. After the super expensive coke at the Cafe, we moved on. Not a romantic venue, probably great for kids to look at the rockpools, but no sandcastles. Wouldn't rush back here. Newquay better.
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