Whilst in Hereford, we were advised to visit Constantine Bay so off we went. It is on the north Cornwall coast on route to Padstow, and has plenty of parking (Cornish style). We parked in the village and had a 15 minute walk down to the beach past Treglos Hotel.
You end up walking through a narrow footpath, only to be stunned by the beautiful coastline that this beach is sited along. It is much more rugged than Watergate and the waves were crashing over the beach, the spray crashing against the rocks.
There is a lovely coastal path to the left where you can walk and also rest awhile, with many a bench to sit on and enjoy the scenery.
There are sand dunes at the rear of the beach and further along there is a natural pool where you can swim, cut out of the rock face. There is a beautiful private residence along the coastline that allows you a glimpse of their views through their garden gate…just stunning.