Poldhu Cove Beach is owned by the National Trust and lies on the Lizard Peninsula near to Mullion in West Cornwall.
Poldhu is one of the most popular beaches in the area and when you visit you’ll understand why. The cove is sheltered from the elements by cliffs on either side and located within, you will find at low tide a wonderful sandy beach with plenty of rock pools and sand dunes to explore. The beach is very popular with families and surfers although visitors must be wary of signs warning of tides, currents, and shifting sands.
Poldhu Cove Beach Information
- Surfers Beach: Yes
- Blue Flag: No
- Lifeguards: Lifeguard cover from May until September
- Parking: Yes, by the beache
- Toilets: Yes, by the beach
- Dog Friendly: Seasonal dog ban from Easter Day until 31st October
- Restaurants/Cafes: Yes, by the beach and toilets
- Accessibility: Sloped access down to the beach from the car park
- Postcode: TR12 7JB
- Sat Nav Coordinates: 50.033649, -5.261896