Coverack, Cornwall

Coverack tide times



March 2024

Coverack tide times

Date Low tides High tides
Fri01
02:201.0m
14:351.1m
08:164.6m
20:274.5m
Sat02
02:471.2m
15:051.4m
08:404.4m
20:544.3m
Sun03
03:231.5m
15:461.6m
09:194.2m
21:464.1m
Mon04
04:141.8m
16:462.0m
10:274.0m
23:054.0m
Tue05
05:452.0m
18:412.1m
11:543.8m
Wed06
07:421.9m
20:211.8m
00:394.0m
13:374.0m
Thu07
09:041.4m
21:351.3m
02:144.3m
15:004.3m


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Things to see and do near Coverack

If you're planning a visit to Coverack, 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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  • Enjoy the Beach – Coverack is home to a picturesque cove beach, with stunning views across the ocean. It's a great spot for swimming and kayaking, or just relaxing in the sun.
  • Visit the Coverack Boating Lake – The lake is located in the village centre, and is a popular spot for fishing and rowing. There are also plenty of ducks and swans to feed.
  • Explore the Local Wildlife – Coverack is a haven for wildlife, with a variety of birds, mammals and amphibians. You can take a guided walk with a local expert to learn more about the area's wildlife.
  • Visit the Coverack Heritage Centre – The centre is home to a collection of artefacts and documents that tell the history of the village. There are also interactive exhibits about local wildlife and geology.
  • Take a Hike – The South West Coast Path winds around Coverack, and is a great way to explore the local area. There are also a number of shorter walks and trails in the area.
  • Explore Coverack's Cove – The cove is a great spot for kayaking, and there are plenty of rockpools to explore. It's also a popular spot for diving and snorkelling.
  • Enjoy the Local Food – Coverack is home to some great restaurants, pubs and cafes. You can enjoy fresh seafood, locally-sourced produce and traditional Cornish fare.
  • Visit the Coverack War Memorial – The war memorial is located in the centre of the village, and is a poignant reminder of the sacrifices made by the local community during the two world wars.
  • Take a Boat Trip – Take a trip around Coverack's bay on a boat and enjoy the stunning views of the coast. You can also take a boat to the nearby islands of St. Michael's Mount and the Isles of Scilly.
  • Visit the Coverack Lifeboat Station – The lifeboat station is located on the seafront, and is home to the RNLI's Coverack lifeboat. You can take a tour of the station and learn about the crews' work.
  • Go Crabbing – Coverack's bay is a great spot for crabbing, and you can find plenty of crabs hiding in the rocks.
  • Visit the Coverack Gardens – The gardens are home to a variety of plants and trees, and are a great spot for a peaceful stroll.
  • Enjoy the Local Art – Coverack is home to a number of art galleries and studios, where you can see work by local artists.
  • Visit the Coverack Heritage Museum – The museum is located in the old village school, and is home to a collection of artefacts and documents that tell the story of the village.
  • Go Paddle Boarding – Paddle boarding is a great way to explore the local area, and there are plenty of spots to launch from around Coverack.

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