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BROADAGOGUE COVE

 
 
Broadagogue Cove viewed from the coast path with Pentire Point in the background.
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A little known cove of sand and rocks situated at Trebetherick near Polzeath. Between Daymer Bay to the south and Hayle Bay (Polzeath) to the north. Notable for bands of purple and green slate in the cliffs. Across the estuary is the beach at Hawkers Cove.



Access
About 10-15 minutes walk from Daymer Bay along the South West Coast Path you should pass a sign indicating "To the Beach". Follow the sign to reach Broadagogue Cove and beach. About 5-10 minutes walk from Trebetherick village.

Swimming & Surfing
Sheltered position in the estuary. Suited to swimming but not surfing.

Facilities
Some facilities in Trebetherick or at Polzeath.

Parking
Parking at Polzeath and Daymer Bay

Dog Friendly
No restrictions known.

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