One of those most painted scenes in Cornwall, Kynance Cove is an incredibly beautiful, National Trust owned beach. With white sands and island caves this is a great beach for mini explorers. We’d recommend going at low tide when the beach is at it’s most beautiful. Most of it disappears at high tide. There’s a large National Trust car park that’s around a 10 minute walk from the beach, but just to warn you this beach gets very busy in summer. It also does not have good wheelchair access and there is no lifeguard cover.
Please note: There is a seasonal dog ban on this beach and many others in Cornwall. Dogs are welcome to go on the beach except between 1st May and 30th September when a dog ban is in place.