Cornwall
Cawsands Beach
Cawsand Beach is a picturesque and quaint village beach nestled within the Rame Peninsula, known for its historic charm and scenic beauty. The beach is split into two parts by the Cawsand Fort, offering sheltered swimming conditions and a family-friendly atmosphere. It is a sandy beach with a mix of shingles, framed by traditional Cornish cottages and offering a glimpse into Cornwall's maritime heritage. The area is popular for kayaking and sailing, with clear waters and intriguing coastal paths for exploration.

Location

Cawsand,
PL10 1PA,
South West

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Our Day at Cawsands Beach

Hunting for Sea Glass

While I have not personally visited this particular beach, the information provided on this site is a compilation of contributions and experiences from a community of individuals who have. Their insights offer a broad view of what to expect and how to maximize your sea glass hunting adventure there. If you have had the opportunity to explore this location and gather sea glass, your input would be highly valued. By sharing your experience, tips, or any unique finds in the comment section below, you can help enrich this resource for future visitors and fellow enthusiasts. Your knowledge and perspective are what make this community informative and engaging, so please don’t hesitate to contribute.

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Parking

Parking in Cawsand can be limited, especially during peak times. There is a car park in the village, but it's advisable to arrive early. Alternatively, consider parking in the nearby village of Kingsand and enjoy a scenic walk to Cawsand Beach.

Directions

From Plymouth, take the A374 towards Torpoint. Use the Torpoint Ferry to cross the River Tamar (a notable experience in itself). Once in Torpoint, continue on the A374, then follow signs for Millbrook and subsequently for Cawsand. The roads in Cawsand are narrow, so drive carefully as you approach the beach area.

Toilets

Public toilets are located conveniently close to the beach area.

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