Polnare Cove if a tiny cove tucked below the remote headland of Nare Point on the south coast of Cornwall. A rocky inlet that doesn't offer up much but worth noting if you are walking the south west coast path that passed directly above. The Coastguard look-out hut overlooking Polnare Cove provides local information on the area and it wildlife. Impressive views out across the Helford River mouth and across the The Roseland can be enjoyed.
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A beach guide book pulling together all of the Lizard Peninsula and Helford River’s best secret beaches and hidden coves.
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To reach Polnare Cove you'll need to take the long walk along the south west coast path starting from Gillan.
Postcode: TR12 6ES
Lat / Lon: 50.085098, -5.07647
OS Explorer Map: 103 - The Lizard
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