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Porth Joke Beach, Newquay

Newquay, Cornwall, England, UK


Porth Joke is a great north-west facing narrow cove with a sandy beach, rock pools and caves. Often less busy than other local beaches but partly due to no facilities.

Porth Joke is a hidden gem, tucked away between Crantock and Holywell Bay on the North Cornish coast near the popular town of Newquay. It's name is derived from the Cornish word 'Pol Lejouack' meaning Jackdaw Cove. Porth Joke is a National Trust beach and there are two car parks within walking distance.

Facilities

There are NO facilities at Porth Joke, it's as nature intended!

Small car park at Porth Joke or larger but a 10 minute walk away at West Pentire.

Dog Restrictions  Dog restrictions on this beach

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Notes

No dogs allowed easter to October.


Tides & Weather

Tide Times & Heights for Newquay on 7th December 2016

04:00 - Low Tide (2.33m)
10:11 - High Tide (5.92m)
16:45 - Low Tide (2.23m)
22:44 - High Tide (5.67m)


Photos nearby Porth Joke beach


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