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Lusty Glaze Beach, Newquay

Newquay, Cornwall, England, UK


Lusty Glaze Beach in Newquay is a privately owned beach, this gorgeous cove nestles on the edge of the stunning north coast of Cornwall.

Lusty Glaze beach is a great family beach, has a name derived from the Cornish for 'A place to view blue boats'. Lusty Glaze is a privately owned horseshoe shaped cove, naturally sheltered by high cliffs, open all year and free of charge. One of Newquays best tourist beaches.

The beach specializes in adventure, education, training and is the home to the headquarters of the National Lifeguard and Rescue Training Centre that specializes in cliff and aquatic nationally recognized courses.

Facilities

  • Car parkingLifeguards
  • Restaurant/Cafe
  • Activity Centre
  • Shop
  • Take Away
  • Hire Shop
  • Surf School
  • Toilets
  • Showers
  • Beach huts
  • Private area
  • Training Centre
  • Dog Restrictions  Dog restrictions on this beach

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Notes

Well behaved dogs are allowed year round at the restaurant and on the deck area, but during the peak months of June, July, August and September they must be kept off the actual beach.


Tides & Weather

Tide Times & Heights for Newquay on 9th December 2016

00:01 - High Tide (5.74m)
06:38 - Low Tide (2.28m)
12:36 - High Tide (6.05m)
19:17 - Low Tide (1.93m)


Photos nearby Lusty Glaze beach


Water Quality at Lusty Glaze


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