Category: South West England

Loe Beach, Truro

Loe Beach is a sheltered, and fairly safe, sand and shingle beach that’s great for swimming, kayaking and other watersports such as sailing and windsurfing. Loe Beach Watersports Centre hire kayaks right at the put in spot so...

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Seaton – Golden Cap

Seaton has a steep shingle beach set in a bay. The main attraction for us when we visited early in 2004 was the fact that there was a camp site right on the beach (although admittedly due to our late arrival we had to pitch the...

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Tamar Lakes

Tamar Lakes are split into two distinct areas – Upper and Lower Tamar. Upper Tamar is where you’ll find the watersports action while Lower Tamar is protected as a nature reserve. A dam separates the two stretches of water....

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Looe Beach

Looe Beach is found on the eastern side of town and is described as one of the best kayaking spots in Cornwall. The beach is sheltered and can be very calm and tranquil during summer while out of season, the risk of more adverse...

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Talland Bay, Cornwall

Best at low tide. Once out in the bay, go to either side and find lots of natural canyons in the cliffs which are easy to navigate. Plenty of small beaches that are only accessible from the sea. How to get there: Between Looe...

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Trevaunance Cove

The paddling starts at Trevaunance Cove which is in the desirable village of St Agnes and you can either head East or West depending on weather and sea conditions.
 The landscape is incredible and there are many features...

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