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St Mawes does not have miles of golden sand it's not that type of place, instead it has small "rugged" beaches hugging the shoreline with the harbour at the centre.
This beach is nice with good rock pools and good access via stone steps at...More
This beach is larger than Tavern beach in St Mawes , better access but by steps , great when tide out for cricket etc , small swing for children , great to spend the day on , nofar tomwalk into StMawes .
St Mawes isn't really a beach resort but this little beach was quite busy the sunny afternoon that I visited. I stood eating my excellent local cornish ice cream watching the children playing and also the few dogs that had been taken there for some...More
We were actually between the two beaches just sitting enjoying the lovely views of the boats and estuary.
St Mawes is not really a beach sort of a place but it is worth seeking out as it is picturesque.
As tide went out children were...More
The beaches in St Mawes are not great. summers beach is the best of the bunch. There are some stone steps towards the back which is the best place to sit there are rock pool at low tide and you can watch the boat sail...More
Summers beach is super. Beach gradient is shallow. We launched our own kayak of it and the beach provides opportunity to visit Place Manor and paddle up Percuil River . The beach is great for families as it has a pontoon - floating that the...More
Summers beach is best in St Mawes but that is not saying much. You would not visit St Mawes purely for a beach hoiliday. It is very pebbly and uncomfortable and there are no facilities here.probably OK for the children as it was not very...More
Summers Beach (also known as Freshwater Beach is the largest beach in St Mawes. It is mainly pebbly but with some sand and it is long and fairly narrow. It can be uncomfortable to sit on but at the back there are some large concrete...More