Crinnis Beach, Cornwall

Crinnis Beach tide times



April 2024

Crinnis Beach tide times

Date Low tides High tides
Fri12
02:510.2m
15:100.4m
08:545.0m
21:054.9m
Sat13
03:270.6m
15:440.9m
09:284.7m
21:334.7m
Sun14
04:031.0m
16:201.4m
09:584.3m
22:024.3m
Mon15
04:451.5m
17:051.8m
10:333.9m
22:434.0m
Tue16
05:401.9m
18:072.2m
11:363.6m
23:543.8m
Wed17
06:582.1m
19:322.3m
13:523.5m
Thu18
09:002.0m
21:232.0m
02:123.8m
15:033.7m


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Things to see and do near Crinnis Beach

If you're planning a visit to Crinnis Beach, 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!
  • Visit the Eden Project – Just a short drive away, the Eden Project is an educational experience like no other. With an array of botanical gardens, a rainforest biome, and an interactive educational centre, visitors can explore and learn about global environments, ecosystems, and the importance of conservation.
  • Explore Gribbin Head – This small headland offers spectacular views of the ocean, as well as plenty of walking trails and hidden coves to discover. Don't forget to take pictures of the iconic red and white striped Daymark Tower.
  • Go Swimming or Surfing – Crinnis Beach is known for its excellent surfing conditions and wide, sandy beach, perfect for swimming and sunbathing.
  • Try Traditional Fish and Chips – Stroll along the harbour and sample some of the local fish and chips, a classic British staple.
  • Go Rockpooling – There's something special about exploring the rockpools at low tide. Keep an eye out for crabs, starfish and other mysterious sea creatures.
  • Visit St Austell Brewery – Take a tour of the oldest independent brewery in Cornwall. Sample some of the unique ales and ciders and learn about the history of brewing in the area.
  • Shop at the Harbour Market – Experience the local culture at the Harbour Market and pick up handmade gifts and souvenirs, as well as food and drink.
  • Go Horse Riding – Hit the beach and explore the area on horseback. Whether you're a novice or an experienced equestrian, there are plenty of horse riding schools and trails to explore.
  • Enjoy a Fish Supper – Take a stroll around the harbour and choose from one of the many fish restaurants selling freshly caught seafood.
  • Take a Boat Trip – There are several boat trips available from Crinnis Beach, including a sea safari and a pirate-themed tour.
  • Visit the Lost Gardens of Heligan – Just a few miles away, the Lost Gardens of Heligan are a must-see for anyone looking for a unique and beautiful outdoor experience.
  • Go Coasteering – If you're feeling adventurous, why not try coasteering? This thrilling activity involves climbing, jumping and swimming along the rugged Cornish coast.
  • Visit the Beach Coastguard Station – Take a tour of the Beach Coastguard Station and learn about the history of the local coastguard.
  • Take a Kayaking Tour – Take a kayaking tour of the local coastline and explore the hidden coves and beaches.
  • Go Bird Watching – The craggy cliffs around Crinnis Beach are a great spot for bird watching. Look out for a variety of seabirds, including gannets, cormorants, and razorbills.

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