Cornwall boasts the longest stretch of coastline in the UK with almost 700 km of stunning coastal scenery including more than 300 beaches. You'll find a number of great beaches within 30 minutes of Tregulland.
Great cliff top walks where you can take in the breath-taking views, after which try lunch at the lovely Coombe Barton Inn
Crackington Haven is a small bay with good cliff top walks where you can take in the breathtaking views. If the weather isn't great watch the waves roll in from the nearby Coombe Barton Inn or the Cabin Cafe. Only 20 minutes drive from Tregulland.
Trebarwith strand is south of Tintagel and can be reached on foot along the coast path, or by car.
The beach is completely covered at high tide. Please ensure you are aware of the tide movement when visiting the beach. At low tide the expansive beach is revealed. The Port William, which over looks the beach and cliffs, is one of the most popular eating places locally.
The Strangles beach is quiet even in the summer due to a difficult climb down to the beach.
Parking is restricted and the beach is accessed via a foot path. The beach is completely covered at high tide. Please ensure you are aware of the tide movement when visiting the beach. At low tide the beach is revealed.
Whether you wish to swim, sunbathe, surf, hunt for marine life in the hundreds of rock pools or just comb the beach, Widemouth has it all.
There is ample parking at Widemouth and there are several campsites and other forms of accommodation in the locality. The sun is on the beach almost all of the day with the exception of very early in the morning and the sunsets here are fabulous. This stretch of coast is steeped in the smuggling history of times before, and not far south of Widemouth bay can be found some amazing little inlets and coves.
Located within easy walking distance of Bude town centre Summerleaze is a popular beach.
Summerleaze is also an unusually interesting beach with a large breakwater complete with tower protecting a small harbour and the mouth of the Bude canal with its massive lock gates. On the opposite side of the beach there's a sea-water bathing pool making for safe bathing whatever the conditions. Backing onto the beach are grassy downs and the River Neet.
The sandy beach is bordered to the north by Wrangle point and seperated from Summerleaze beach to the south by a rocky outcrop
The small beach of Crooklets ajoins Summerleaze and Northcott Mouth at low tide forming a larger bay. The sandy beach is bordered to the north by Wrangle point and seperated from Summerleaze beach to the south by a rocky outcrop.
Northcott Mouth is the main stretch of sand that at low tide joins up with Crooklets beach in the south and almost as far as Duckpool in the north.
As with many of the beaches in this area there is a mix of pebbles at high tide and expanses of sand, punctuated by the distinctive fingers of rock known as the Bude Formation.