Polurrian Cove, located near the town of Mullion on the Lizard Peninsula is a delightful unspoilt beach backed by high grassy cliffs. It’s secluded location and bare minimum facilities keep the beach as nature intended, allowing you to relax and admire it’s natural beauty and the gorgeous views out to sea.
Getting down to the Polurrian Cove will probably be the most challenging part of your day, with access via a fairly steep bumpy coastal path and steps (which can be joined from the Polurrian Bay Hotel). There is no dedicated car park but roadside parking is available in the nearby village of Mullion (a 5 minute walk away). A packed lunch / good book is probably a good idea as you won’t want to be walking back up more times than you need to!
The nearby beach of Poldhu Cove sits just around the corner to the North, and the quaint fishing harbour of Mullion Cove to the South. Both accessible via the coastal path.
Dogs are banned on Polurrian Cove beach between 1st July-31st August 10am-6pm.
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