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Just into the Cornish border, Freathy sits halfway down the blue arc of Whitsand Bay: expect miles of sand, steep cliff paths and long sea views.

Access to the sandy sweep of Freathy Beach is either from the adjoining sands of Tregonhawke and Sharrow beaches (but mind the tides), or via a steep scramble down the local cliff path. Once here, there's something to suit all beach-lovers, from rock-pooling and shell-searching to surfing or picking through coves when the tide is right. Freathy is on the South West Coast Path and the general area of land here is known as the Rame Peninsula: stunning walks are on the menu all year.

Known locally as 'the forgotten corner' of Cornwall, the Peninsula rambles along  from Cremyll (catch a ferry from the quay here across the River Tamar to Plymouth), on past the double-village delights of Kingsand and Cawsand, and right on up to the Rame Peninsula itself, with its panoramic sea views. Bring strong binoculars to spot resident wild birds and sea creatures – the odd dolphin has been known to make its way past when the seasons are just right.

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