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 
 

CRANTOCK

 
 
Crantock beach

Crantock beach is to the south of Newquay. It is at the mouth of the Gannel estuary, which separates the town of Newquay from the village of Crantock.
The beach is made of fine golden sand and is encompassed by the cliffs of West Pentire, the sand dunes, the estuary and the sea. The beach is owned by the National Trust.

Access
Through Crantock village to the National Trust Car Park (follow the signs to the beach). From the car park

Swimming & Surfing
Crantock Bay Surf School is based in the National Trust car park. Crantock is a good place to learn to surf, with plenty of empty waves for everyone.

Facilities
A kiosk at the Newquay end of the beach sells ice creams, hot & cold drinks, snacks and sandwiches (main season only). Ice cream van on beach sells canned drinks.
RNLI Lifeguard service May 21st to September 25th

Parking
National Trust car park at 4 per day (free to NT members).
Pay and display car park with 120 spaces.

Dog Friendly
Dogs are allowed on this beach at all times.

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