St Agnes, Saint Agnes, UK
Many walkways, A rocky beach, quite busy, nice for dogs and kids for surfing lessons.. many shops and such, we took the kayak out, would've been nicer with more sun but still very pretty. A smaller beach is right next to this with free parking and less people.. Will go there next time :)
Very limited parking close to the beach otherwise a long walk down from the main village. A good expanse of sandy beach at low tide but no beach at all at high tide so check tide times before visiting. Various eateries and toilets close to the beach.
A great unspoilt beach which allows dogs all year and encourages responsible owners. There are so many places these days where you can go as a family, pet included, where you can enjoy the sea and have facilities on hand such as life guards and cafes. It's a fairly small beach and when the tide is in it disappears entirely so be sure to check the tide times, when the tide is out however there is a generous stretch which suits most families. In the morning the sun can be obscured by the cliffs but by the afternoon it blazes down on the sand and soon warms up - even in late September. There is "Breakers Surf School" operating on the beach and they hire wetsuits and boards at a very reasonable price. If you are looking for somewhere that isn't too intimidating or surrounded by thousands of people then this is a great place to learn.
Very picture perfect cove with a fantastic little cafe and ice cream counter, has quite a few pebbles and also a fairly steep road gradient so be warned if taking old folk with u but 100% worth visiting for the day
Tide was well in so didn't get onto the beach. Great silversmith working there with lot's of lovely pieces.