Whitsand Bay on the Rame Head Peninsula of South East Cornwall is idylically located in Cornwall's 'forgotten' corner where natural beauty is found in abundance.
South East Cornwall Beaches Stretching from Portwrinkle to Rame Head, the stunningly wild coastline which comprises the four golden sandy beaches known as Whitsand Bay is loved by the lucky few who revel here in one of Cornwall’s most hidden corners. The dramatic cliffs, breath-taking vistas and firing surf in Whitsand Bay inspire both walkers and surfers who come here to satisfy their lust for all that is good and great about this corner of The Duchy. The cliffs are dotted with quirky Whitsand Bay beach huts, most of which have remained in families for generations, whilst the whole area is real wildlife haven; look out for cormorants, kestrels, peregrine falcons and dolphins.
Whitsand Bay Beach Hut Holidays There are some really beautiful seaside villages in South East Cornwall near Whitsand Bay. Polperro is well worth a visit; take the horse and cart to the harbour front, then head on foot to look for the natural swimming pool carved into the rocks, before dinner at Couch’s. Visit the fishing village of Looe with its cobbled streets, quaint cafes and gift shops, whilst there’s a real step-back-in-time feel to the narrow streets and quaint cottages of nearby Kingsand and Cawsand. A holiday in Whitsand Bay will lure you under its hypnotic spell and capture your heart forever...