West Cornwall beaches Map featuring West Cornwall beaches. Click on pins to view beach details The beach guide has 40 beaches listed in West Cornwall. Bamaluz Beach The remains of Wheal Dream tin mine overlook this quiet, sandy beach. Situated between the harbour and… Battery Rocks Beach Like the neigbouring Promenade beach, Battery Rocks beach only exists on lower tides. Sitting between… Carbis Bay Large sheltered sandy beach suitable for families with plenty of facilities close by. The beach is protected… Clodgy Point Beach The beach here gets its name from the headland that shelters it to the west, Clodgy Point. Despite being… Cot Valley Beach Two small beaches lie close to the end of the pretty Cot Valley and dogs are allowed on both. Porth… Eastern Green Beach Penzance's east beach starts at the appropriately named Station Rocks and follows the curve of Mount's… Gurnards Head Beach Not an area for family beaches. Treen Cove is a short distance east of the headland, overlooked by the… Gwenver Beach Gwenver's name is derived from Gwynevere of Authurian legend and it does have a beauty about it. Situated… Keneggy Sands Beach Secluded, sandy beach with difficult access. At low tide it's a reasonable sized beach but it all but… Lambeth Walk Beach The oddly named Lambeth Walk beach is easily overlooked, despite being almost in the town centre of… Lamorna Cove There is a small pebble beach below the quay at Lamorna Cove. Pleasant place to swim. The cove is on… Longrock Beach A safe family beach with sand and pebbles. Favoured with Penzance locals as it is the most easily accessible… Marazion Beach Despite being situated in front of the popular village of Marazion and having ample parking and amenities… Mousehole Beach Whilst being one of the prettiest fishing villages in Cornwall Mousehole is not renowned for it's beaches.… Nanjizel Beach Due to it's relative inaccessibility, Nanjizel has remained more or less untouched and never gets busy.… Newlyn Beach This small beach on the edge of Newlyn is just past the fish market and quays. Despite also being known… Newlyn Tolcarne Beach Mainly pebble beach with a little sand, immediately below Newlyn Green, and close to Newlyn Orion Gallery. Pedn Vounder Beach One of Cornwall's lovliest beaches, set among the stunning cliffs of Treryn Dinas with crystal clear… Penberth Cove Penberth Cove is still primarily a tiny fishing hamlet. There is a pebble beach. A river flows down… Penzance Promenade Beach The beach in Penzance stretches for around a mile along the length of the Promenade. Mostly shingle… Perranuthnoe Beach Flat beach with sand except at high water. Cafe and car park. Good surfing beach. No dogs. Pisky Cove A tiny isolated cove but no beach at high tide. Good for swimming and sunbathing on large rocks. Dogs… Porthchapel Beach Situated between Porthcurno and Porthgwarra and around three miles from Lands End on Cornwall's far… Porthcurno Beach Popular family beach with lots of soft sand. Steeply shelving beach attracts more experienced swimmers.… Portheras Cove Portheras is one of the last remaining truly local beaches in West Cornwall. Located on one of the wildest… Porthguarnon Cove Porthguarnon is another small rocky cove along this stretch of coast that is just about accessible to… Porthgwarra Beach Secluded, relatively unknown Cornish Cove largely owned by Lord St Levan (of St Micheal's Mount). Located… Porthgwidden Beach Porthgwidden is often overlooked in the St Ives beaches stakes. Smaller than the others it does benefit… Porthkidney Beach Large sandy beach in front of the sand dunes of Lelant. Reasonably sheltered at the western end and… Porthmeor Beach Porthmeor is arguably St Ives' premier beach and as such one of Cornwall's finest. The beach consists… Porthmeor Cove This secluded cove is set on the rugged West Cornwall coast between Land's End and St Ives. It is about… Porthminster Beach Large sheltered sandy beach with all facilities one would expect on a Blue Flag beach. Much more sheltered… Praa Sands Beach Large sandy beach ideal for families. Cafes and other facilities. Priests Cove Priest's Cove is to the west of Cape Cornwall. It is a tiny fishing cove dominated by the bulking cliffs… Progo Beach Small, pretty much unknown beach with interesting rock arch, close to the end of the Cot Valley. A little… Prussia Cove Small and secluded rocky coves. No beach at high tide and no facilities. Famous as the home of the Carters,… Sennen Beach Sennen beach is situated just around the corner from Land's End, the most westerly point in mainland… St Ives Harbour Beach The name is a bit of give away here. Part harbour, part beach St Ives harbour beach offers the best… St Loy's Cove St Loy is perhaps best known for its wooded valley leading down to the coast. This is a beautiful walk… Wherrytown Beach Large pebble beach between Penzance and Newlyn. Safe swimming.