Cornwall Beach Guide

Loe Beach

Description:
Loe Beach is a small shingle beach flanked by rock pools, which looks south towards the Carrick Roads estuary. Parking and facilities are right by the beach.
Safety:
No details available. See Beach Safety Guide.
Access:
The car park is right by Loe Beach and access to the beach is level.
Dogs:
Dogs are allowed on the beach all year.
Directions:
Loe Beach is just below the village of Feock which is about 5 miles from Truro and 11 miles from Falmouth. From east or west take the A390 to Truro and at Truro follow the directions for Falmouth on the A39. On the A39 at the Playing Place Roundabout (which is a double roundabout) take the left turning on the 2nd roundabout onto the B3289, signposted to the King Harry Ferry and Feock. Continue on this road for about 2 miles. At a right bend in the road, there is a left turning signposted to Loe Beach and Feock. Turn left and continue on this road for a short distance, then turn right where signposted to Loe Beach and follow this road (very steep) down to the Loe Beach car park.
Post Code:
TR3 6SH.
Parking:
Car park by the beach with space for about 60 cars.
Toilets:
Yes, behind the car park, includes disabled ramp.
Facilities:
Café.
Activities:
Kayak and boat hire.
Nearby Alternative Beaches:
Swanpool Beach (11 miles, sandy beach, disabled access)
Gyllyngvase Beach (10 miles, sandy beach, disabled access)
Castle Beach (11 miles, sandy beach)
St Mawes (8 miles, seaside town, sandy beaches)
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