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Chapel Porth Beach

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Description:Chapel Porth Beach is a small sandy cove which extends to an excellent wide beach at low tide. The sand at Chapel Porth is covered at high tide. The coast path can be walked to St Agnes Head for spectacular views. The Wheal Coates mine can also be visited

Safety:Lifeguards in summer at Chapel Porth Beach. There is a risk of being cut off at high tide. See Beach Safety Guide

Access:The car park is next to the beach, but there is a short walk over rocks to get to the sand

Dogs:Dogs are banned on Chapel Porth Beach from Easter Day to October 1


Directions:Chapel Porth is close to St Agnes which is 12 miles from Newquay and 9 miles from Redruth. Use the A30 from the east or west. At the Chiverton Cross roundabout (about 8 miles from Redruth) turn onto the B3277 which is the road to St Agnes (signposted to St Agnes). Approaching the outskirts of St Agnes at a mini roundabout turn left (signposted to Chapel Porth) and follow this road to Chapel Porth


Parking:One small National Trust car park by Chapel Porth Beach. In summer, sometimes fields are opened for parking

Toilets:Yes, by the Chapel Porth Beach car park

Facilities:Café in the Chapel Porth car park

Activities:Surfing


Nearby Beaches: St Ives (22 miles), Gwithian Towans (13 miles), Godrevy (12 miles), Portreath (7 miles), Porthtowan (3 miles), Trevaunance Cove (2 miles), Perranporth (5 miles), Holywell Bay (11 miles)

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