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Sharrow Point (Grotto Beach) Beach, Tregonhawke

Tregonhawke, Cornwall, England, UK

Sharrow Point (Grotto Beach) Beach, Tregonhawke, Cornwall
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Sharrow Point also known as Grotto Beach. The name Grotto comes from the National Trust property at Sharrow Point which preserves a small cave excavated by hand in 1874 by a hermit called Lugger, who inscribed verses on the ceiling to relieve his boredom. Lugger's Cave is fenced off to the public.

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Tides & Weather

Tide Times & Heights for Whitsand Bay on 8th December 2016

05:18 - Low Tide (2.07m)
11:37 - High Tide (4.85m)
18:11 - Low Tide (1.94m)


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