Bossiney and Benoath Cove located in a sheltered haven below the stunning cliffs of Bossiney, a small hamlet on the outskirts of Tintagel. Bossiney is situated on one of the most romantic stretches of coastline, much of which is now preserved by the National Trust.
Bossiney beach and Benoath cove are small that has minimal access at high tide, but as the tide goes out it reveals a long stretch of golden sand. It is a very easy descent to Bossiney beach, whereas the path down to Benoath is a steep.
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