Gunwalloe Cove, Cornwall

Gunwalloe Cove tide times



April 2024

Gunwalloe Cove tide times

Date Low tides High tides
Sat13
03:030.6m
15:200.9m
08:454.9m
20:504.9m
Sun14
03:391.0m
15:561.4m
09:154.5m
21:194.5m
Mon15
04:211.5m
16:411.8m
09:504.1m
22:004.2m
Tue16
05:161.9m
17:432.2m
10:533.8m
23:114.0m
Wed17
06:342.1m
19:082.3m
13:093.7m
Thu18
08:362.0m
20:592.0m
01:294.0m
14:203.9m
Fri19
09:411.6m
21:571.6m
02:364.2m
15:134.2m


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Things to see and do near Gunwalloe Cove

If you're planning a visit to Gunwalloe Cove, 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 Visit – Gunwalloe Cove is a breathtaking beach on the south coast of Cornwall, England. It is a perfect spot for swimming, sunbathing, and exploring the rock pools.
  • Coastal Walk – Take a stroll along the South West Coast Path to explore the stunning coastline. Enjoy panoramic views of the ocean, dramatic cliffs, and rugged shorelines.
  • Fishing – Fishing is a popular activity at Gunwalloe Cove, with a chance to catch mackerel, bass, and pollock. Bring your own gear or rent some from the nearby tackle shop.
  • Submarine Tour – Take an underwater boat tour off the coast of Gunwalloe Cove and explore the incredible underwater world. Get up close with a variety of marine life, such as dolphins and seals.
  • Sea Kayaking – Explore the coastline of Gunwalloe Cove and its secluded coves and beaches by sea kayak. Enjoy a unique perspective of the coastline and its wildlife.
  • Surfing – Gunwalloe Cove is a great spot for surfing, with waves suitable for all levels of experience. Take a lesson with a local surf school or rent a board on the beach.
  • Boating – Cruise the coastline of Gunwalloe Cove in a boat or kayak. Enjoy the fresh sea air and explore the coves, beaches, and rocky shores.
  • Bird Watching – Spot a variety of seabirds, including cormorants, kittiwakes, and oystercatchers. Take the coastal path for the best views of the birds in their natural habitat.
  • Camping – Enjoy a camping trip to Gunwalloe Cove and stay close to the beach. Pitch a tent at one of the nearby camping sites or take your own camping gear and set up camp on the beach.
  • Stargazing – Head to Gunwalloe Cove for a night of stargazing. Take in the stunning night sky and look out for shooting stars and constellations.
  • Explore the Coves – Explore the small coves and inlets along the coast of Gunwalloe Cove. Take a boat tour or take a hike along the coastal path to discover the hidden gems of the area.
  • Visit Church Cove – Visit Church Cove, a stunning beach just a few miles from Gunwalloe Cove. Admire the views of the sea and the nearby Tinners' Chapel, a 14th century chapel built by local tin miners.
  • Relax at Mullion Cove – Relax and unwind at Mullion Cove, a picturesque harbour on the south coast of Cornwall. Take a stroll around the harbour and watch the boats coming and going in the harbour.
  • Visit Lizard Point – Visit the most southerly point of mainland Britain at Lizard Point. Enjoy the stunning views of the coast and spot the seals and seabirds in their natural habitat.
  • Visit the National Seal Sanctuary – Take a visit to the National Seal Sanctuary, a sanctuary for injured and orphaned seals. Learn about the local seal population and enjoy the interactive exhibits.

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