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Porthminster Beach, St Ives, Cornwall Looks like a Spanish cove

View from above Porthminster beach near St. Ives on the Cornish coast, looking towards Porthminster Point on a sunny day

Church Cove beach at Gunwalloe Cornwall England by starekase on Getty Images

Seven Cornish locations used in the new television series of Poldark, starring Aidan Turner as Ross Poldark, now showing on

Dollar Cove, Gunwalloe

Dollar Cove, Gunwalloe on the Lizard Peninsula, Cornwall This is my new favourite beach. I likes it best when there is not lots of water over it - just little pools to jump in!

Porthluney Cove / Caerhays Beach in Cornwall, England. Overlooking the beach is Caerhays Castle

England Travel Inspiration - Porthluney Cove / Caerhays Beach in Cornwall, England. Overlooking the beach is Caerhays Castle

Fowey, Cornwall

Readymoney Cove, Fowey - a small, sandy, South-East facing beach which lies in a sheltered cove overlooking Polruan, at the mouth of the Fowey estuary.

Trevaunance Cove - North Cornish Coast, Cornwall Beaches

Looking down over St Agnes' most popular beach, Trevaunance Cove. Trevaunance is both a great family beach, with plenty of facilities, and full of historical interest with the old harbour and nearby mine workings. photo: (c) Stephen Rees

BESSY'S COVE: near Penzance. 'Named after Bessy Burrow, an innkeeper famous for taking in smuggled brandy. Bessy’s Cove is steeped in smuggling history, and the crystal clear waters make it  popular for snorkelling.' 'Park at Praa Sands and walk south past Kennegie Beach this takes you to Bessy's Cove and Prussia Cove - fantastic walk'     ✫ღ⊰n

BESSY'S COVE: near Penzance. 'Named after Bessy Burrow, an innkeeper famous for taking in smuggled brandy. Bessy’s Cove is steeped in smuggling history, and the crystal clear waters make it popular for snorkelling.' 'Park at Praa Sands and walk south past Kennegie Beach this takes you to Bessy's Cove and Prussia Cove - fantastic walk' ✫ღ⊰n

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