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Smugglers and Western Coves Beach, Portreath

Portreath, Cornwall, England, UK


Smuggler's Cove and Western Cove are sandy beaches with rocks.

The collapsed sea cave is known as Ralph's Cupboard where openings in the rock were used to store contraband, hence the name Smuggler's cove. The most famous smuggler being Ralph, hence Ralph's Cupboard.

Facilities

Facilities are within the town of Portreath the other side of Western Hill.

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Tides & Weather

Tide Times & Heights for St. Ives on 6th December 2016

03:08 - Low Tide (2.09m)
09:12 - High Tide (5.68m)
15:44 - Low Tide (2.09m)
21:40 - High Tide (5.39m)


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