Kynance Cove Beach is owned by the National Trust and is considered to be one of the most beautiful coves in the world.
Located on the Lizard peninsular in Cornwall this beautiful little cove has a perfect sandy beach which is exposed at low tide and is possibly one of the most painted, sketched and photographed beaches in the UK.
Although the walk down to the beach is quite steep, the views are second to none. For those after a truly awe inspiring walk, why not take the South West Coastal Path round to the Lizard. Only a couple of miles away, the walk will reward you by bringing you to the most southerly tip of the UK.
Kynance Cove Beach Information
- Surfers Beach: Yes
- Blue Flag: No
- Lifeguards: No
- Parking: Yes, National Trust owned
- Toilets: Yes
- Dog Friendly: Restriction in place 10am – 6pm, 1st July – 31st August
- Restaurants/Cafes: Yes, on cliff by beach
- Accessibility: Steep paths and steps in places
- Postcode: TR12 7PJ
- Sat Nav Coordinates: 49.974398, -5.230843