Lying just over a mile from Lands End is Sennen Cove. The village sits in the lee of the mighty Pedn-men-du headland whilst the crescent shaped, north west facing sandy beach feels the full force of the Atlantic Ocean making it popular with surfers and families. The beach called Whitesand Bay is approximately a mile in length and you can reach Gwynver Beach to the north at low tide. Near the middle of the beach is a small stream that runs from a shallow valley down to the sea. On this side of the beach the sand dunes offer some shelter and it is generally quieter on the far side of the stream. Surfers will find as good a swell at Sennen as any other North Coast beach. As a general rule the surf is always bigger at the northern end of the beach. You can walk all the way to Lands Ends using the South West Coast Path from Sennen Cove.
There is one large field car park on the cliffs at Sennen Cove and smaller car parks by the beach and harbour. WC facilities can be found by the beach and harbour car parks. Dogs are not allowed on the the beach from 1 May to 30th September. Right on the beach is a restaurant and in the village you can find shops, cafes and art galleries.
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