Also known as Spratting Cove. A small rocky and sandy beach accessed by a fairly hazardous decent down a slippery cliff path. Basset’s Cove is a quiet beach hidden along one of the busier stretches of the Cornish coast. The beach disappears at high tide. Seals are spotted regularly, with seasonal breeding grounds in many of the coves along this coastline. Bassetts Cove is a naturist beach.
No lifeguard service.
Dogs allowed all year
Access to the beach is a fairly hazardous decent down a slippery cliff path.
OS Grid Ref
SW 6385 4414
There is a reasonably sized free car park right at the top of the cliff.