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Carleon Cove Beach, The Lizard

The Lizard, Cornwall, England, UK


Carleon Cove is a rocky cove approached down a long incline with cobbles along part of its length, then a bridge over a very pretty stream.

Now deserted, Carleon Cove used to operate a pilchard fishery until the mid 19th century. The pilchard cellar buildings were later extended to accommodate a steam engine, used to power machinery for cutting and polishing serpentine, and a stream was deepened to allow flat-bottomed barges to ferry the products out to ships.

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Park at the National Trust Poltesco and walk down to the cove.

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Tides & Weather

Tide Times & Heights for Lizard Point on 3rd December 2016

01:05 - Low Tide (1.14m)
06:47 - High Tide (5.03m)
13:24 - Low Tide (1.08m)
19:04 - High Tide (4.71m)


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