Tintagel Castle Island and Mainland Keep
Tintagel towards Bossiney Tintagel Castle Island Tintagel Old Post Office The Hall of Chivalry ( Wedding Venue ) Castle Cove viewed from Camelot Castle ( Formerly Castle Hotel ) St Knightons Kieve ( Rocky Valley Waterfall )

Constantine Bay

Constantine Bay is a stunning crescent of soft golden sand that reveals a large sandy bay at low tide with rock pools to be explored to the left of the bay and sand dunes and more sandy coves to the right. Constantine is perfect for families, surfers and walkers, with its sunny aspect, excellent surf and gentle headland walks in either direction.

View across Constantine Bay

A view of the bay from the rock pools and below looking across to Constantine Bay from the headland between Harlyn Bay to the south and Constantine Bay and images of Constantine Bay as the sun is setting. Constantine is a beach that has everything a beach could need to make it an all round holiday destination.

Stunning Sunsets

One beautiful backdrop for a evening beach bar-b-q, and what a sunset!   This stretch of coastline offers seven different bays all within a few minutes drive, or walk if you prefer, so you can go to a new beach each day and the Port of Padstow is only a short drive away....what a spot for a holiday.

Constantine Conservation

Constantine Bay Beach is Marine Conservation Society Good Beach Guide Recommended 2014 - with excellent water quality. In the Spring / Summer season lifeguards are on patrol and there is ample parking and disabled access is good. There is a cafe open during the season.

TREVOSE HEAD LIGHTHOUSE

Trevose Head Lighthouse lies on the headland between the golden sandy beaches of Harlyn  Bay and Constantine Bay approximatley 4 miles west of the harbour town of Padstow.  

DINAS HEAD, Quies and The Bull

These rocks lie west of Dinas Head and can be seen clearly from the shore and yet have been the cause of destrcuction for many a nautical vessel that steered too close to land when passing Dinas Head. The Bull is in the foreground and the cluster of rocks known as Quies is further out.

Constantine Bay

Constantine bay in North Cornwall Constantine Bay is a large crescent shaped beach that offers everything a beach could need to make it an all round holiday destination. From rock pools at the south through golden sand to the dunes and footpaths that offer gentle coastal walks, Constantine Bay is ideal for families, surfers, walkers and sun seekers alike with its wide range of outdoor environments to explore..  
************************************************************* Please take care along our shore, and you will leave here wanting more.  But if the warnings you ignore, then you may get more than you bargained for. Stay Safe  Play Safe ************************************************************* Constantine bay is located on north Cornwall's rugged Atlantic coast.
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Constantine Bay

Constantine Bay is a stunning crescent of soft golden sand that reveals a large sandy bay at low tide with rock pools to be explored to the left of the bay and sand dunes and more sandy coves to the right. Constantine is perfect for families, surfers and walkers, with its sunny aspect, excellent surf and gentle headland walks in either direction.

View across Constantine

Bay

A view of the bay from the rock pools and below looking across to Constantine Bay from the headland between Harlyn Bay to the south and Constantine Bay and images of Constantine Bay as the sun is setting. Constantine is a beach that has everything a beach could need to make it an all round holiday destination.

Stunning Sunsets

One beautiful backdrop for a evening beach bar-b-q, and what a sunset!   This stretch of coastline offers seven different bays all within a few minutes drive, or walk if you prefer, so you can go to a new beach each day and the Port of Padstow is only a short drive away....what a spot for a holiday.

Constantine Conservation

Constantine Bay Beach is Marine Conservation Society Good Beach Guide Recommended 2014 - with excellent water quality. In the Spring / Summer season lifeguards are on patrol and there is ample parking and disabled access is good. There is a cafe open during the season.

TREVOSE HEAD

LIGHTHOUSE

Trevose Head Lighthouse lies on the headland between the golden sandy beaches of Harlyn  Bay and Constantine Bay approximatley 4 miles west of the harbour town of Padstow.  

DINAS HEAD, Quies and

The Bull

These rocks lie west of Dinas Head and can be seen clearly from the shore and yet have been the cause of destrcuction for many a nautical vessel that steered too close to land when passing Dinas Head. The Bull is in the foreground and the cluster of rocks known as Quies is further out.

Constantine Bay

Constantine bay in North Cornwall Constantine Bay is a large crescent shaped beach that offers everything a beach could need to make it an all round holiday destination. From rock pools at the south through golden sand to the dunes and footpaths that offer gentle coastal walks, Constantine Bay is ideal for families, surfers, walkers and sun seekers alike with its wide range of outdoor environments to explore..  
If you have a business , service or facility / amenity that is in the boundaries of  North Cornwall  and you would like to appear in our listings then please click here for further information regards this website visit us at Kestrel Copyright © 1998-2019 Kestrel Solutions. All Rights Reserved.  Use of this web site constitutes acceptance of the Kestrel User Agreement
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