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Fab beach fab walks separate beach for dogs in summer period also plenty of camp sites and statics around and mullion golf course.pop into the old inn in mullion great pub great beer and dogs welcome ask for the doggy snacks.
Visited this lovely cove on a very stormy day in December and it was fantastic. The waves were so churned up that they made froth that blew around like snow. There's a stream running down to the sea in the middle of the beach that...More
Easy access from parking lot; walked down with a 94yo. Church is full of history and interesting quirks and artifacts. The graveyard has been dug madly by badgers, have never seen this anywhere else! The beaches are lovely, unspoilt, full view of endless waves breaking...More
There is a National Trust car park at the end of the lane that takes you through the small hamlet of Gunwalloe and on to Church Cove. It is about a mile past the Halzephron pub.
In the far right hand corner as you drive...More
Visiting in October, we could take the dogs and it wasn’t busy. We loved this beach! So unspoilt. Beautiful sunny day, gorgeous setting with the little church overlooking the beach and fabulous views from the cliff tops. Being National Trust members we had free parking...More
A lovely stretch of beach, with only a handful of people on it on a lovely afternoon in August. It's not sand, though: it's small pebbles. And it drops away quite quickly as you get into the waves. But gorgeous views and clearly not too...More
Doesn't get much better than this, one of those beaches that enables you to sit and relax for hours on end, without any form of disturbance. Parking is easy and the roads accessing the beach aren't of any concern. Would highly recommend.
I can't remember such a gravestone. I've done a quick bit of research and if you go to Cornwall Online Parish Clerks and find the parish of Gunwalloe there is an e-mail link to the local Clerk (Geneology) who can probably... More
I can't remember such a gravestone. I've done a quick bit of research and if you go to Cornwall Online Parish Clerks and find the parish of Gunwalloe there is an e-mail link to the local Clerk (Geneology) who can probably answer such a question. Hope this helps. Mike.