Kynance Cove, Cornwall
Heading down to the most southerly point of Cornwall, you will come across Kynance Cove. Just around the corner from the Lizard Peninsula, Kynance Cove is easily one of the most photographed beaches in Cornwall, showing just how beautiful the area is.
Boasting a white sandy beach, turquoise waters, small islands and caves surrounding the area, and rock formations shaped by years of raw elements hitting the coast, it’s certainly easy to tell why.
The National Trust looks after the area, further reinforcing how looked after the area is. This Cove is much more of a walkers dream than a surfers paradise, as the circular formation of rocks, blocks much of the winds, making it difficult to get any good waves. However with the rugged landscape, all you will need is a pair of walking boots to make your trip amazing.
Kynance Cove is a bit further afield than the other beaches on this list, but we’re sure you’ll see why we have included it, it’s a must see for every visitor to Cornwall and well worth the 1.5hour drive from Meadow lakes resort.