Bedruthan Steps Beach

Cornwall

Also known as Carnewas, this beautiful beach offers wonderful views, caves and beach to explore. The name Bedruthan Steps comes from the huge slate outcrops scattered along the beach, said to have been put there by a giant. At low tide, this dramatic beach stretches for over mile.

Be sure to check the tide times, as there is only beach at low tide. The steps down to the beach are steep and may not be suitable for pushchairs.


Lifeguard

No lifeguard service

Dog Friendly

Dogs allowed all year

Accessibility

Steps down to the beach are quite steep

OS Grid Ref

SW 8491 6952

Dog-friendly beach

YES

Facilities

There is a toilet in the car park and a Cafe at the nearby Carnewas cliffs

Parking

There is a car park at the top of the cliffs

Address:
Bedruthan Steps Beach
Cornwall
PL27 7UW