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All reviews lovely beach car park body boarding surf shop public toilets rock pools fish and chip shop cafe bar large waves old harbour harbour wall life guards clean beach lifeguard on duty low tide pay and display sea front
Portreath is set in a lovely little bay, the view is stunning and the light nearly as good as that of St Ives. We went in February, luckily the weather was mostly bright, very litlle rain and, at times, extremely windy. The latter only added...More
We live a couple of miles away and love to sit in the car park and watch the waves crashing over the harbour wall at high tide. The waves are particularly high when the weather is stormy or there is a spring high tide. Parts...More
We stayed in Portreath for five days in September and what a lovely time we had. The beach was perfect for us, especially with a young toddler. Gorgeous sandy beach, caves to wander into, surfers to watch and seals to spot. Cafe, pubs, parking and...More
Excellent sandy beach which was uncrowded even at half term! Great for boarding / surfing and usual seaside activities with car park, loos, surf shop as well as several cafe's, pubs and restaurants / takeaways right next door.
Really great beach. Sandy, rock pools, caves to explore and loads of places nearby to eat or have a coffee. Paid for parking with plenty of free on street parking available up the hill. WC’s nearby. Dog friendly October to Easter.