Perranuthnoe Beach, Cornwall

Perranuthnoe Beach tide times



July 2024

Perranuthnoe Beach tide times

Date Low tides High tides
Sat13
04:261.7m
16:391.8m
10:144.5m
22:184.6m
Sun14
05:031.8m
17:232.0m
10:584.4m
23:034.5m
Mon15
05:542.0m
18:252.2m
11:514.3m
Tue16
07:032.1m
19:402.1m
00:014.3m
12:564.3m
Wed17
08:152.0m
20:492.0m
01:154.3m
14:074.4m
Thu18
09:201.8m
21:521.7m
02:354.4m
15:124.6m
Fri19
10:191.6m
22:501.4m
03:424.6m
16:084.9m


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Things to see and do near Perranuthnoe Beach

If you're planning a visit to Perranuthnoe 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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  • Cornish Art - Taking inspiration from the Cornish coast, from the wild and untamed to the quiet and calm.
  • The Great Cornish Outdoors - Discover the best Cornwall has to offer, from the popular to the more remote hidden gems.
  • Beach House Art - Check out the Beach House Blog for guides on pressing seaweed and more!
  • Exploring the Coastline – Take in the stunning views and explore the beautiful coastline of Perranuthnoe Beach. Enjoy the changing tides as you walk along the sand and look out for the different wildlife that make their home here.
  • Perran Round – Visit the Iron Age hill fort known as the Perran Round, which is located on the headland of the beach. Take in the incredible views and learn about the history of this ancient site.
  • Water Sports – Make the most of the sheltered beach and try out some of the water sports available. Enjoy a kayak, paddleboarding, sailing or windsurfing session and explore the area.
  • Boat Trip – Take a boat trip along the coast and visit some of the other beaches in the area. Look out for seals and dolphins as you sail and take in the stunning coastal views.
  • Visit the Chapel – Visit the St Piran's Oratory, a chapel dedicated to the Patron Saint of Cornwall, St Piran. Marvel at the architecture of this ancient place of worship and learn about its fascinating history.
  • Visit the Lighthouse – Head to the Godrevy Lighthouse, located on the north coast of Perranuthnoe Beach. Enjoy the spectacular views of the bay and take a peek inside the lighthouse.
  • Walk the Coastal Path – Take a stroll along the South West Coast Path and enjoy the stunning scenery. Look out for the local wildlife and take in the stunning views of the sea.
  • Visit the Pub – Pop into the local pub and enjoy a traditional Cornish meal and a pint. Meet the locals and find out more about the history and culture of the area.
  • Golfing – Tee off at the Perranuthnoe Golf Club, located just a short drive from the beach. Enjoy the challenging course and take in the stunning views of the coast.
  • Try Surfing – Try your hand at surfing and take a lesson with a local instructor. Enjoy the waves and catch some waves.
  • Visit the Museum – Visit the Shipwreck and Heritage Centre, located in the nearby village of Perranporth. Learn about the history of the area and see some of the artefacts from the shipwrecks.
  • Bird Watching – Look out for the local wildlife and take up bird watching. Check out the Seagulls and Puffins that make their home here during the summer months.
  • Beach BBQ – Enjoy a beach BBQ and watch the sunset over the sea. Gather your friends and family and enjoy a night of fun and laughter.
  • Paddleboarding – Take a paddleboarding tour and explore the area. Enjoy the calm waters and take in the stunning views of the coastline.
  • Beach Camping – Set up camp on the beach and enjoy the peace and tranquility. Make the most of the clear night sky and marvel at the stars.

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