• people sat on Porthcurnick beach
  • people and boats at Great Molunan beach on St Anthony's headland
  • a deserted Great Molunan beach at St Anthony's headland with St Mawes behind
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Beaches on the Roseland tend to be quiet and do not have the amenities of the larger resorts. This is part of their charm! None of the beaches have lifeguards so please take special care – particularly with children and the use of inflatables
By exploring the coastal footpaths you will discover many more secluded coves and beaches


Sandy beach with toilets. Plenty of rockpools, ideal for children and water activities, parking available. Refreshments available Hidden Hut

dogs allowed
approx 8 minutes drive


A long strip of sand, excellent for exploring rock pools at low tide. Parking and toilet facilities. Refreshments available The Thirstea Co.

dogs allowed
approx 10 minutes drive


National Trust sandy beach with access down steep steps. Rocky areas are exposed at low water, secluded and quiet

dogs allowed
approx 14 minutes drive

Carne and Pendower

National Trust beaches with toilets and car parking. At low tide you can walk from one beach to the other. Refreshments available Tea by the Sea

dogs allowed
approx 10 minutes drive

Great Molunan

National Trust small, sandy beach reached by footpath from St Anthony’s headland where there is parking and toilets

dogs allowed
approx 15 minutes drive

St Mawes – Tavern and Summers

Portscatho – Tattams

A dog ban operates on these beaches from Easter to September, car parking, toilets and shops available in the villages


A privately owned beach with cafe and toilet facilities

dogs allowed
approx 25 minutes drive


This small cove has rock pools with parking and toilet facilities

dogs allowed
approx 20 minutes drive

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