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After a lovely walk from Kingsand through Mount Edgecombe,across the ferry at Cremyll and a walk into the city centre via the lovely Barbican,it is an absolute treat to catch this long serving ferry service and cross Plymouth sound back to the beach at Cawsand,...More
We came over to Cawsand by ferry from Plymouth for the day and landed on the beautiful rocky beach with fantastic rock pools and stunning views. I had found on the cornwall.gov.uk website a circular walk that starts from Cawsand and takes you round the...More
We drove down to Cawsand from our holiday let in St. Mellion on Bank Holiday Monday. We arrived about 10.30am and managed to get a parking spot on the road for free, just outside the larger of the two car parks. It's £5.50 to park...More
Both these beautiful and quaint villages are a pleasure to visit but if you a want a meal between 2.30 and 6.30 you'll probably be disappointed as we couldn't find anywhere that was serving food.
We paid to stay in both car parks for 2...More
Came here by ferry from Plymouth Barbican, £4 each way for an adult. 2 relatively safe pebble beaches with rock pools and activities on Cawsand beach. Pretty streets and interesting cottages line the narrow road between the two villages. Few places to eat and coastal...More