9 photos of Porthguarnon, West Cornwall
Porthguarnon is a small narrow cove flanked by steep rocky cliffs on the west coast of Cornwall. There is a difficult path down to a small beach of boulders. Porthguarnon is about 20 minutes walking east of Penberth Cove. Penberth Cove is about 7 miles from Penzance. Approach Penzance on the A30 and follow the directions for Lands End to stay on the A30. Two miles after Penzance turn left on the B3283 and drive through St Buryan. When the B3283 joins the B3315 continue on the B3315. Continue on this road for several miles and then turn left where signposted to Penberth onto a lane down to Penberth Cove. There is some limited road parking above the village. Alternatively continue on the B3315 to Treen where there is a large car park in the village. At Treen there is a footpath which links up with the coast path and Penberth Cove is about half an hours walking east.
Porthguarnon Photos Copyright Simon Lewis
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A set of 9 photos of Porthguarnon photographed on 09 July 2022
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