8th Jul – 3rd Sept
View Lifeguarded Beaches
May 1st > Sep 30th
Only before 8am / after 7pm
Oct 1st > May 1st
At low tide Perranuthnoe beach reveals an expanse of flat golden sand perfect for a game of beach cricket but this disappears as the tide comes in so be mindful of where you put your towel! The lovely Cabin Beach Cafe sits just behind the beach serving hot food, drinks, ice creams and homemade cakes throughout the day. The cafe is open all year except on christmas and boxing day.
The quaint village of Perranuthnoe sits right behind the beach, great for exploring and the South West Coast Path links Perranuthnoe to the neighbouring beaches of Marazion to the West and Prussia Cove to the East. A small car park is close by as you drive through Perranuthnoe, with a seasonal overflow field car park during the summer months.
There is a seasonal dog ban in place on Perranuthnoe beach from the 1st May to 30th September, between the hours of 8am and 7pm.
A small roadside car park is located on the approach to the Perranuthnoe, with a short 100m walk to the beach. An overflow field car park operates during the summer months.
Toilets are located in the car park on the approach road. 100m from beach.
Access to Perranuthnoe beach is via a slipway.
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