Guide to Cornwall's beaches

Northcott Mouth Beach

Northcott Mouth

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. However, it is not advisable to attempt the walk unless you know the tide times as it is easy to get cut off.
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.

Type of beach

Sandy

Lifeguard service

Lifeguard service during summer months

Dogs friendly beach?

Dogs allowed all year

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Postcode

EX23 9EL

OS grid ref.

SS 2025 0851

Facilities

Toilets and cafe on the beach

Parking

Small car park next to the beach

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