Beach with Cafe
Just a mile to the east of Marazion, with stunning views of St Michael’s Mount and within an Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty, sits pretty Perranuthnoe. The beach is truly spoiling with easy access, lifeguards, clean water quality and golden sand.
Easily accessible via a slip way or some steep steps, Perranuthnoe sandy shores are almost completely claimed by the sea at high tide, but at low tide it’s a wonderfully open sandy beach with some shingle.
When the conditions are right you’ll find plenty of surfers here, however while it’s an exposed beach that has reasonably consistent waves in the summer month it tends to be mostly flat. During the summer months (July and August) there’s a seasonal dog ban in place, meaning dogs aren’t allowed on the beach between 10-6pm.
There’s a paid-for small car park with public toilets that’s not far from the beach, with an overflow field opposite for use during busy times. And for those wanting to grab some sustenance, The Cabin café sits right on top of the beach with stunning sea views and an equally tasty menu.