Portholland, Cornwall

Portholland tide times



March 2024

Portholland tide times

Date Low tides High tides
Fri01
02:251.2m
14:401.3m
08:304.8m
20:414.7m
Sat02
02:521.4m
15:101.6m
08:544.6m
21:084.5m
Sun03
03:281.7m
15:511.8m
09:334.4m
22:004.3m
Mon04
04:192.0m
16:512.2m
10:414.2m
23:194.2m
Tue05
05:502.2m
18:462.3m
12:084.0m
Wed06
07:472.1m
20:262.0m
00:534.2m
13:514.2m
Thu07
09:091.6m
21:401.5m
02:284.5m
15:144.5m


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Things to see and do near Portholland

If you're planning a visit to Portholland, 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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  • Eating Out – Portholland offers plenty of great places to eat, from traditional Cornish pubs to top-notch seafood restaurants. There's something for every taste, with a variety of award-winning eateries to choose from.
  • Beach Activities – Portholland's sandy beach is a great place to spend a sunny day, with plenty of activities to choose from. From swimming and sunbathing to beach volleyball and kayaking, there's something for everyone.
  • Surfing – Portholland is a great spot for surfers of all levels. With its wide beach, gentle waves and shallow water, it's ideal for beginners, while experienced surfers can enjoy the more challenging spots.
  • Water Sports – Portholland is a great place for water sports lovers. Try your hand at paddle boarding, windsurfing, kitesurfing or even sailing. There are plenty of places to hire the necessary equipment.
  • Golf – Portholland is home to some great golf courses, with plenty of opportunities for players of all skill levels. Enjoy a round of golf in the sunshine, with stunning views of the coast.
  • Shopping – Portholland has a great selection of shops, from independent boutiques to larger chain stores. Pick up some souvenirs or simply browse the local wares.
  • Stroll Along the Coast – Take a walk along the beautiful coastal path that runs alongside Portholland beach. Enjoy the stunning views of the sea and take in the fresh sea air.
  • Visit a Nature Reserve – Visit the nearby Nare Point Nature Reserve, an important haven for wildlife. Enjoy the beautiful scenery and see some of the local wildlife up close.
  • Visit a Castle – Visit Tintagel Castle, a ruined medieval castle with a fascinating history. Explore the ruins, take in the stunning views of the sea and learn about the castle's past.
  • Go Horse Riding – Enjoy a leisurely ride along the beach on horseback. There are a number of local stables offering horse riding lessons for all levels, as well as guided beach rides.
  • Explore Local History – Visit the nearby Helman Tor, an Iron Age settlement with spectacular views of the coast. Enjoy the scenery and explore the fascinating historical sites in the area.
  • Go Fishing – Portholland is a great spot for fishing, with plenty of different species of fish to be found. Whether you're a beginner or a seasoned angler, there's something for everyone.
  • Take a Boat Trip – Take a boat trip around the stunning coastline of Portholland. Enjoy the beautiful views and keep an eye out for dolphins, seals and even whales.
  • Visit a Museum – Visit the nearby Museum of Witchcraft, a fascinating museum dedicated to the occult and folklore of Cornwall. Discover the history of witchcraft and its links to the area.
  • Visit the Harbour – Visit the picturesque harbour at Portholland, one of the oldest in Cornwall. Enjoy a leisurely stroll along the quayside and watch the boats coming and going.

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