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Come one, Cornwall — The Best Beaches and Animal Pool Floats to Match!

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Surrounded by the sea and boasting hundreds of beaches, Cornwall is a surfer’s paradise. If you’re in the UK this summer and wondering how to make the best use of your sunny time, the staggering amount of beaches here could leave you spoilt for choice. To make it easier to choose, we’ve compiled our top 12 beaches that you have to visit this when holidaying in this spectacular peninsula!

Kingsand Beach

Nestled in the little village of Kingsand lies, you guessed it, Kingsand Beach! This quaint little beach, mostly comprised of shingles and sand, houses the Kingsand clocktower as well. The clocktower, which overlooks most of Kingsand, was erected to mark the coronation of King George V in 1911. The clocktower is attached to a building known as the Institute, which serves as a community hall for the local community. At night, head to Devonport Inn for some food and mingle with the locals. The Inn provides a wonderful view of the beach as well. Should you fancy a walk, Cawsand Beach is a perfect spot to head to.

Porthcurnick Beach

Below the high cliffs close to Portscatho on the Roseland Peninsula is Porthcurnick Beach, a little isolated but providing a wonderfully sandy experience. The beach, owned by the National Trust, also contains numerous rockpool perfect for children to splash about in. At low tide, neighboring beaches are a short walk away. Take care to be back before high tide though, or you’ll have to swim back to Porthcurnick! The real gem here, however, is the modest alfresco cafe above the beach. The Hidden Hut serves all different kinds of seafood, but the go-to item is their feasts, ranging from £9 to £20. Snag your tickets quickly, because admission sells out fast. If you’re attending, bring your own cutlery and alcohol, as seating is around giant fire pits on the beach.
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Giant Seahorse Float

This seahorse may not fit into the rockpool, but it will feel just at home in the sea! Our Giant Seahorse Float will definitely make a splash when you’re down at the beach!
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Giant Seahorse Float

This seahorse may not fit into the rockpool, but it will feel just at home in the sea! Our Giant Seahorse Float will definitely make a splash when you’re down at the beach!

Kynance Cove

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With a picture-perfect backdrop, Kynance Cove will make you gasp in amazement. Turquoise waters give way to perfectly white sand, and the serpentine rock features complete the scene. A large carpark about 10mins walk away serves as a convenient ingress to the area. Sadly in the afternoon, the high tide prevents access to the beach itself. Not to worry, as the nearby National Trust cafe is a great spot to wind down as the day comes to a close.
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Giant Golden Dragon Float

Come at low tide and add on to the near-magical scenery! You on this Giant Golden Dragon Float will be like a lush John Ruskin painting, truly a sight to behold!
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Giant Golden Dragon Float

Come at low tide and add on to the near-magical scenery! You on this Giant Golden Dragon Float will be like a lush John Ruskin painting, truly a sight to behold!

Porthpean Beach, St Austell

If you’re looking for calm waters and some activities to get you exploring, the Porthpean Beach is the place for you. The beach — popular with both families and those looking to water sports — has an outdoor center if you’re feeling up to do some windsurfing or sailing. However, jet-skiing is not allowed at this beach. The nearby arches and caves provide ample sightseeing opportunities on a kayak, along with the village of Charlestown, which you can walk up to afterward. Charlestown isn’t just a pretty sight, as it has been a filming location for famous movies and films such as Alice in Wonderland and an episode of Doctor Who!

Porth Joke Beach

If you’re looking for some peace and quiet at the beach, then look no further than Porth Joke Beach. Sandwiched between Crantock Beach to the north and Hollywell Bay to the south, Porth Joke is also known to the locals as Polly Joke. Though only 5 miles from Newquay, Porth Joke remains unspoiled, providing a tranquil experience that’s rare for a tourist region. Accommodation is available in the form of holiday cottages at the aforementioned Crantock Beach and Hollywell Bay. The downside, however, is that the beach is only accessible by walking.
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Giant Pelican Float

You know what’s very beach-y, a pelican! But we also know pelicans are kind of pesky and noisy, so bring your own silent one that’s also big enough to give you a ride! Our Giant Pelican Float will be your best friend at Polly Joke.
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Giant Pelican Float

You know what’s very beach-y, a pelican! But we also know pelicans are kind of pesky and noisy, so bring your own silent one that’s also big enough to give you a ride! Our Giant Pelican Float will be your best friend at Polly Joke.

Gyllngvase Beach

Gyllyngvase Beach, despite its virtually unpronounceable name, is a simple and no-frills beach, is wonderfully relaxing. With its Blue Flag status as a testament to its high environmental and quality standards, you can be sure that this is a beach you won’t want to miss. The sea is mostly calm here, allowing for plenty of swimming and watersports to partake in, making it highly ideal for families. If you get hungry, the Gylly Beach Cafe has fresh seafood on the menu, with performances by local musicians for entertainment.

Porthcurno Beach

Porthcurno Beach seems almost perfect, ticking off all the checkboxes you’d want from a beach. Near-white sand? Check. Shimmering turquoise water? As far as the eye can see. A stunning backdrop of granite cliffs? Absolutely. In fact, the sand here is one of the things that distinguishes Porthcurno from every other beach. It’s made up of millions of seashells that have been broken down by the ocean over thousands of millennia. The high cliffs surrounding the beach prevents most of the wind chill, the gentle slopes make it easy to get to, and the stream flowing down the side is popular with children. While here, make sure you head up to the Minack Theatre. The clifftop theatre is simply breathtaking and well worth the walk.
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Giant Peacock Float

The dramatic coastline deserves a dramatic float. What better way than to sit on a Giant Peacock Float! The pretty shades of blue will complement the waters and scenery, and you, of course.
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Giant Peacock Float

The dramatic coastline deserves a dramatic float. What better way than to sit on a Giant Peacock Float! The pretty shades of blue will complement the waters and scenery, and you, of course.

Summerleaze Beach

Those who prefer a more lively atmosphere should head down to Summerleaze Beach, filled to the brim with activities to do. The large waves make surfing here a dream, and climbing, kayaking, and coasteering are all available as well. The beach also features a swimming pool known as the Bude Tidal Pool, a large swimming pool that provides sheltered swimming.

Pendower Beach

This south-facing beach lies in the heart of the Roseland Peninsula and stretches out across the scenic Gerrans Bay. Chill out on the beach or walk over to the west end of the beach, which features a good number of rock pools teeming with marine life. It’s also a good spot for a picnic, as food is easily available from the food trucks at the beach itself.

Whitsand Bay

Tucked away in south-east Cornwall is Whitsand Bay, three miles long and backed up by looming cliffs. Rocks of all shapes and sizes dot the beach, which starts from Rame Head and ends at Portwrinkle. Some exploring in the area will bring you to Lugger’s Cave, down the coast from Sharrow Point. The cave was excavated manually in 1784 by a sailor, whose mysterious writings on the wall remain up to this day. Do take note when trying to Whitsand as the nearby Tregantle Fort, which serves as an access route, is still in use by the military. If the red flag is up that means military activities are being conducted, and entry is strictly prohibited.
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Giant Red Kangaroo Float

If the red flag isn’t up, that’s great because 1) You can enter the beach, and 2) It won’t detract attention from this Giant Red Kangaroo Float! They might not like not being the center of attention.
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Giant Red Kangaroo Float

If the red flag isn’t up, that’s great because 1) You can enter the beach, and 2) It won’t detract attention from this Giant Red Kangaroo Float! They might not like not being the center of attention.
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Cornwall truly has it all… the stunning coastlines, turquoise waters and sandy beaches… what could make it better? Just get your lotion, a towel, and your animal pool float, you’re all set to enjoy a vacation you’ll never forget!
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