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Perranporth Beach, Perranporth

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Spend a fun day in the sun on 4.83 km (3 mi) Perranporth Beach. Located on the north coast of Cornwall, this beach is known as a premier swimming and surfing destination. Learn to ride the waves by taking lessons from the local surf school, or take the kids to search the many rock pools for lingering sea creatures. The beach is only a few minutes' walk from the main street of Perranporth, which offers restaurants, shops, and accommodations. Stop by the beachside bar, The Watering Hole, and try a pint of famous Cornish ale. Plan your Perranporth Beach visit and explore what else you can see and do in Perranporth using our Perranporth itinerary planner.
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  • Stunning beach with stunning sunsets some great rocks to climb over. Good for surfing. Lovely pub on the beach as well great place to visit 
  • Perranporth beach is absolutely beautiful. We live around 8 miles away and go there on numerous occasions in the summer. It is a huge beach so you can really stretch your legs and have a good walk. Th...  more »
  • Great beach and lots to explore! We did explore the cliffs and surfing here is awesome! Highly recommend this place. 
  • Great family beach, with life guards in season and the. Swimming pool in the rocks. Can get busy on nice days, but when the tide is out plenty of space for all. Also, public toilets are good, even hot shower available for 20p.
  • Clean beach and plenty of local amenities at the Perranporth end. Wide beach at low tide is great for a walk, and the cliff top paths at high tide. There's also a decent bar on the sand :)
  • Really lovely long sandy beach. Was crowded but still plenty of space to kick back and enjoy the seaside. Seemed reasonably clean and attentive life guards were present. Parking is limited if you get there late morning onwards.
  • Nice flat sand gently sloping into the see. Not a pebbly beach. Life guarded. Pub on the sand dune. Car park next to beach & other car parks nearby. Shops close by..
  • Lovely beach with dog free and dogs on lead areas. Not many other dog friendly beaches in the area. This one's a cracker!