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Sunday 16 June 19, We all went down into St Mawes, the weather was heavy and overcast, and there was a sea mist on the horizon, which moved in later on with heavy rain. We walked along tavern beach and watched the sea mist roll...More
It probably wasn’t the best time to see this pebble beach with lots of rock pools for kids with a storm starting to batter Cornwall’s south west coast, but it still looked like a great place in better weather for a traditional family day on...More
No kiss me quick hats or cafes, simple beach with simple call....nature. Stunning views of the estuary and surrounding area with a pebble beach and rock pools, fantastic!
So often in a nice way beaches are re engineered to accommodate flat white coffee and whole...More
Great little beach , steep incline to it beware , , once down great for the children to play on when tide is out , small raft anchored to swim to , water crystal clear here , great to launch small boats or canoe. Pebble...More
This is a simple pebble beach accessed by some steps would be great for children lots of rock pools for them it looked lovely and peaceful when I visited on a sunny afternoon with just two people on the beach
Tavern Beach is reputedly where Saint Mawes himself sat on a rock in the cliff to preach to the villagers, and once threw a stone to chase off a seal that kept interrupting him! That sort of detail seems too quirky not to be true!...More
A pebble beach, not for sun worshippers. Lots of rock pools for kids to explore for small fish & crabs. Access is by steps or a ramp at castle end. No cafes or toilets.
Excellent views of all the small craft in the harbour.