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A gentle stroll on the South West Coast Path to one of Britain’s most spectacular coves, whose red and green serpentine rocks are as beautifully carved and polished by the sea as the Victorian stoneware once produced by the nearby Poltesco factory...more
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Kynance is truly beautiful but it is very busy which is the only downside.
Car park is national trust and therefore free for members. None members can pay. The car park is a good size but fills quickly as does the beach. There is then...More
We walked the lizard to kynance cove twice during our week stay at the caerthillian b&b (see review!)
The first day we walked along the road into kynance then took the coastal path back - in places it was a steep walk but absolutely worth...More
We visited as we’ve seen pictures of the place and wanted to see if it really was as nice as it looks, we weren’t disappointed, it’s incredible.
We parked in the National trust car park for £5 for the day. Arriving too late as the...More
We decided to visit Kynance Cove and should have read the other Trip Advisor reviews first. We got there at about 1.30pm and parked at the overflow car park as the closest one was full. We had two children under 10, lots of stuff and...More
We heard lots of good things about the cove so decided to pay a visit. It cost £5 to park and was trek to get there. I am from the County originally so am used to these locations and all I can say it is...More
We went there today and it was amazing we got there early paid £5 for the parking then a 15 min walk down the hill to the cove we set up shop and the little one got out the body board and we just went...More