Cawsand Bay, Cornwall

Cawsand Bay tide times



March 2024

Cawsand Bay tide times

Date Low tides High tides
Fri01
02:331.3m
14:481.4m
08:484.9m
20:594.8m
Sat02
03:001.5m
15:181.7m
09:124.7m
21:264.6m
Sun03
03:361.8m
15:591.9m
09:514.5m
22:184.4m
Mon04
04:272.1m
16:592.3m
10:594.3m
23:374.3m
Tue05
05:582.3m
18:542.4m
12:264.1m
Wed06
07:552.2m
20:342.1m
01:114.3m
14:094.3m
Thu07
09:171.7m
21:481.6m
02:464.6m
15:324.6m


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Things to see and do near Cawsand Bay

If you're planning a visit to Cawsand Bay, you'll find that there are plenty of things to see and do in the surrounding area. Here are just a few ideas to help you make the most of your trip.

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  • Beach House Art - Check out the Beach House Blog for guides on pressing seaweed and more!
  • Explore the Beaches – Cawsand Bay is home to a variety of stunning beaches, perfect for exploring and taking in the beautiful views. From the secluded beach of Kingsand, to the bustling Half Moon beach, this area offers something for everyone.
  • Visit Mount Edgcumbe – Take a trip to the beautiful Mount Edgcumbe Country Park, featuring 865 acres of stunning parkland, forests, and gardens. Enjoy the spectacular views of Plymouth Sound and the Rame Peninsula.
  • Take a Ferry Ride – Enjoy a leisurely ferry ride around Cawsand Bay, perfect for getting up close and personal with the coast.
  • Visit Tinside Lido – Take a dip in the iconic Tinside Lido, a Grade II listed lido located in the heart of Plymouth Hoe. Enjoy the warm waters of the outdoor pool and the stunning views of the surrounding area.
  • Enjoy a Stroll Along the Coast – Enjoy a leisurely stroll along the South West Coast Path. Enjoy the stunning views of the coastline and take in the sights of the historic villages in the area.
  • Visit the Royal Citadel – Take a trip to the Royal Citadel, a 17th century fort built for King Charles II. Explore the fascinating history of the fort and enjoy the views of Plymouth Sound.
  • Visit the National Marine Aquarium – Visit the National Marine Aquarium, home to a variety of exotic marine life. Enjoy the interactive displays and take in the stunning views of Plymouth Sound.
  • Explore the Countryside – Take a stroll through the rolling hills of the Cornish countryside. Enjoy the stunning views of the countryside and take in the sights of the surrounding villages.
  • Visit the Cremyll Ferry – Take a trip to the Cremyll Ferry and enjoy the views of the River Tamar and the surrounding countryside.
  • Visit the Harbourside – Enjoy the bustling atmosphere of the harbourside, with a variety of shops, restaurants, and bars.
  • Take a Boat Trip – Enjoy a leisurely boat trip around Cawsand Bay and take in the stunning views of the coastline.
  • Visit the Art Galleries – Take a trip to the galleries in Cawsand Bay and enjoy the work of local artists.
  • Visit the Local Markets – Enjoy a trip to the local markets and take in the sights, sounds, and smells of the area.
  • Explore the Local Churches – Take a trip to the local churches and enjoy the stunning architecture and beautiful gardens.
  • Enjoy a Pint in the Pubs – Enjoy a hearty pint in the local pubs and take in the unique atmosphere of the area.

There are many things to see and do near Cawsand Bay. Whether you're interested in history, nature, or outdoor activities, you'll find plenty of ways to enjoy your time in the area!