Crackington Haven Beach
Set between imposing cliffs at the end of a narrow valley and backing right onto the village is Crackington Haven beach.
As the name suggests the beach offers shelter, but it's only comparative to the rest of the exposed coastline. In fact in the 19th century it was used as a harbour of sorts with boats simply parking on the beach.
The beach itself is fairly rocky and mostly covered in shingle. It is sheltered from the wind to some extent by the adjacent 400 ft high cliffs which go on to form some of the highest in Cornwall.