Portreath beach is a sandy beach with cliffs at one end and harbour at the other. At high tide the beach is split into two.
The name Portreath means "sandy cove" and is popular with body boarders and surfers.
The harbour is steeped in history as it was the main access to the Cornish copper mines and also some ship building.
- Car parking
- Seasonal lifeguards Beach cafe
- Pub and restaurants
- Shops incl. surf hire
- Portreath Surf Life Saving Club
No dogs Easter to October.