Porthzennor Cove, Cornwall

Porthzennor Cove tide times



May 2024

Porthzennor Cove tide times

Date Low tides High tides
Sat25
01:021.0m
13:191.1m
06:546.0m
19:136.1m
Sun26
01:421.1m
13:591.2m
07:346.0m
19:536.1m
Mon27
02:241.2m
14:411.4m
08:165.8m
20:385.9m
Tue28
03:111.3m
15:291.6m
09:045.6m
21:305.7m
Wed29
04:041.5m
16:251.8m
10:005.4m
22:295.5m
Thu30
05:071.7m
17:322.0m
11:045.2m
23:385.4m
Fri31
06:201.7m
18:521.9m
12:165.1m


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Things to see and do near Porthzennor Cove

If you're planning a visit to Porthzennor 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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  • Visit St. Just Church – This 15th century church situated in the village of St. Just within walking distance from Porthzennor Cove is one of the most picturesque churches in Cornwall. Its steeple rises above the village, and its interior includes a beautiful stained glass window.
  • Take a Boat Trip – Enjoy a boat trip around the cliffs of the cove and see some of the most breathtaking views of Cornwall. Keep an eye out for seals, dolphins, and other marine life.
  • Explore the Beach – The cove boasts a wide, sandy beach that is perfect for swimming, sunbathing, and surfing. The beach is also a great spot for a picnic or a romantic stroll along the shoreline.
  • Explore the Coves – There are a number of smaller coves near Porthzennor Cove that are worth exploring. These include Gurnard's Cove, Tregardock Cove, and Nevern Cove.
  • Go Birdwatching – Porthzennor Cove is a great spot for birdwatching. Look out for puffins, gannets, razorbills, and guillemots.
  • Visit Padstow – This charming fishing port is just a short drive from Porthzennor Cove. Explore the harbour, take a boat trip around the estuary, and visit some of the excellent restaurants in the area.
  • Go Kayaking – Kayaking is a great way to explore the coastline near Porthzennor Cove. There are a number of kayak rentals available in the area.
  • Visit St. Ives – This popular seaside town is just a short drive from the cove. Spend the day exploring the galleries and shops, or take a walk along the harbour.
  • Take a Fishing Trip – There are a number of fishing trips available in the area. Try your luck at catching mackerel, pollock, and bass.
  • Visit Godrevy Lighthouse – This iconic lighthouse is located just a few miles from the cove. Visit the lighthouse, take a walk along the beach, and enjoy the views of St. Ives Bay.
  • Visit the National Maritime Museum – Located in Falmouth, this museum offers a wealth of information on Cornwall and its maritime history.
  • Visit the Eden Project – Located near St. Austell, this popular attraction is a must-visit for anyone interested in ecology, botany, and conservation.
  • Visit the Minack Theatre – This unique outdoor theatre is located on the cliffs above Porthcurno. Enjoy a performance or take a guided tour of the theatre.
  • Go Surfing – Porthzennor Cove offers some excellent surf conditions. There are a number of surf schools in the area offering lessons for all levels.

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