If you’re looking for a great beach location for all the family, Poldhu Cove is our top tip this summer.
As well as being a bustling maritime town, Falmouth is also home to 4 beautiful beaches. Located on the south side of the town, Falmouth’s beaches are all within walking distance of each other and connected via the coastal path, making it easy to ‘beach hop’ to your favourite. Starting at Maenporth, we travelled North along the coast path to nearby Swanpool beach, then on to Gyllyngvase Beach and last but not least Castle beach towards the tip of Falmouth Pendennis Point. Below is some photos from our journey showing you the beaches and the beautiful views along the way.
Gyllyngvase is Falmouth’s largest and most popular beach.
Castle beach and Pendennis Point, home to the impressive Pendennis Castle, an artillery fort constructed by Henry VIII in 1540.
How we’re helping keep Cornwall’s beaches and seas clean