Kennack Sands Beach
Kennack Sands is a sandy surfing beach on the Lizard Peninsula on the south coast of Cornwall. Lifeguarded in the summer months and a cafe for all your cream tea requirments. A small headland splits kennack into two beaches at high tide. Take the walk east over to the far beach to get away from the crowds.
Follow the road down Kennack Sands, past the holiday camp and park in the pay-and-display carpark adjacent to the beach.
Postcode: TR12 7LT
Lat / Lon: 50.006901, -5.15742
OS Explorer Map: 103 - The Lizard
Today's tide times for Kennack Sands calculated at the nearest tide station Coverack located 2.6km away.
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