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Description:Polzeath Beach is a super family beach with a large expanse of sand and excellent surfing. There is also a small cove at the north of Polzeath Beach called Pentireglaze Haven

Safety:Signs warn of strong undercurrents, large breaking waves and not to use inflatables. Lifeguards in summer. See Beach Safety Guide

Access:There is level access to the beach by the Polzeath Beach car park. There are also steps down to the beach at various points. Pentireglaze Haven is accessible from the coast path or by walking along the beach at low tide

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

Directions:Polzeath is approximately 7 miles from Wadebridge and 14 miles from Bodmin. Approach Wadebridge on the A389 (from Bodmin) or the A39. At the roundabout on the outskirts of Wadebridge, turn onto the B3314 (signposted to Polzeath). Then at a mini-roundabout turn right to continue on the B3314 (again signposted to Polzeath). Proceed on the B3314 until there is a right bend to Port Isaac. At this bend turn left (signposted to Polzeath) and continue on this road which forks to either Polzeath or New Polzeath

Parking:1 large field car park above the cliffs, 1 small car park on Polzeath Beach and 1 small car park close to the beach. 1 car park at New Polzeath

Toilets:Yes, by Polzeath Beach and New Polzeath

Facilities:Shops, cafés in Polzeath. Sand Chair hire for the disabled at Polzeath Beach, phone Wave Hunters Surf School on (01208) 880617


Nearby Beaches: Harlyn Bay (18 miles), Trevone Bay (16 miles), Padstow (16 miles),
Rock (2 miles), Daymer Bay (1 mile), Lundy Bay (1 mile), Port Gaverne (7 miles),
Trebarwith Strand (11 miles)

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