Cadgwith Cove Beach
Cadgwith Cove is a small fishing village on the Lizard Peninsula on the south coast of Cornwall. Famous for is fishing boats, idyllic cottages and epic fish barbeques in the Summer months, Cadgwith is a must-see destination if travelling in the area.
Park in the village carpark at the top of the hill and walk down the road into the village. There is no parking in the village.
Postcode: TR12 7JX
Lat / Lon: 49.987099, -5.17899
OS Explorer Map: 103 - The Lizard
Today's tide times for Cadgwith Cove calculated at the nearest tide station Lizard Point located 1.7km away.
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