Mevagissey harbour  Visiting Cornwall Logo - background is part of Bodmin Moor as seen from Jamaica Inn at Altarnun. The road in the picture is the main A30 through Cornwall. Eden Project near St Austell 
 

CONSTANTINE BAY

 
 
Image of Constantine Beach

A wide west-facing beach with fine golden sand; about a third of a mile long. Backed by sand dunes with the Trevose Golf Course behind them. At low tide this beach joins up with Booby's Bay to the north. Very popular beach, especially with surfers.



Access
By path off the South West Coast Path between Treyarnon to Trevose Head.

Swimming & Surfing
See A1 Surf report for Constantine Bay
or the Magic Seaweed report for Constantine Bay
or Wannasurf Surf Guide

Facilities
Lifeguard
Early season: Easter bank holiday 22nd to 25th April
Main season: 29th April to 25th September
Constantine stores, surf shop at the top of the road down to Constantine, Council toilets (including Disabled), very limited parking (21 spaces), more parking 1/2 mile up the road.

Parking
At the bottom of the road to the beach there is a small tarmaced council car park (21 spaces). This car park is free but is usually full from early in the day. Off the road on the right near the bottom, there is some extra parking in the fields behind the dunes. You can also park at Treyarnon Bay and walk along the South West Coast Path (about 10 minutes).

Dog Friendly
Dogs permitted all year around.

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