Seaton is a large and popular family beach with grey sand and pebbles close to the mouth of the Seaton River. It is owned by Cornwall Council.
Directions & Access
Six miles west of Looe. From the A38 at Trerulefoot, turn onto the A374 (signpost: Looe). After about a mile turn right onto the A387 (signpost: Looe, Seaton and Downderry). Follow the A387 to Hessenford and then turn left (signpost: Seaton and Downderry). Follow this road down the valley to Seaton.
There is level access from the road to the beach.
Swimming & Surfing
The beach slopes sharply and is not suitable for surfing. Offshore currents can be unpredictable and visitors should exercise caution when swimming. No lifeguards operate on this beach. Public rescue equipment is sited at strategic points along the beach.
There are a number of facilities at Seaton such as public toilets, a café, a beach shop and diving school. There is a local pub, The Smugglers Inn, and a restaurant, Sands Bistro.
There are two carparks in Seaton and limited parking on the road near the beach.
Dogs are allowed all year around.
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