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Cornwall Marine Directory

Key Regions

  • North Coast
    This is a fabulous, rugged coast with amazing beaches and towns such as St Ives, Newquay and Padstow.
  • Camel Estuary
    The Camel Estuary is a mile-wide sheltered nook in a coastline of dramatic sandy beaches and beautiful views.
  • Torpoint
    The small Cornish towns of Torpoint and Saltash on the Tamar River are the gateway to Cornwall standing guard over the stretch of water that separates this county from the rest of mainland Britain.
  • Fowey River
    The narrowest of gaps in the sea cliffs hides the historic fishing port of Fowey from passing shipping and the discerning visitor with a boat should allow some time here.
  • The Fal
    Between the quiet yet imposing forts of Pendennis and St Mawes lies the welcoming sight of the entrance to the Fal Estuary – one of the best all-round sailing and cruising grounds in the world.
  • Helford River
    On the Western edge of Falmouth Bay lies the picturesque and peaceful estuary of the Helford River.
  • Mounts Bay
    Mariners know they've reached the splendid sailing ground of Mounts Bay when they sight one of Britain's most famous and enchanting landmarks – St Michael's Mount.
  • Isles of Scilly
    These golden isles have delicious honey-coloured beaches and a climate mild enough to grow plants normally associated with subtropical areas.
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