Crantock Beach

Crantock Beach, Cornwall

Important notice -

Please be aware South West Water are undertaking essential work along Beach Road on Mon 4 and Tue 5 July. The beach and car park are open but there may be disruption in traffic flow on the immediate approach. Thank you for your understanding.

An expanse of golden sand, great for sandcastles and surfing

Planning your visit

Crantock Beach

Our work

Poppies on West Pentire coastal view

West Pentire wows us with wildflowers 

The West Pentire arable fields near Newquay explode in a riot of red poppies and yellow corn marigolds in early summer. For a few weeks of the year visitors can be treated to the glorious sight of fields of wildflowers, all growing for nature.

Crantock Beach


The bay at Crantock Beach

Crantock and the Gannel 

Find out what there is to discover at the beach at Crantock and how the Gannel estuary that runs alongside it into the sea has been used over time.

Kelsey Head, Cornwall

The Kelseys and Cubert Common 

The Kelseys and Cubert Common are located between Holywell and Crantock, south of Newquay. The Kelseys are traditionally grazed still and the Common is one of the few enclosed commons in England.

Crantock Beach

Get involved

Volunteers helping remove scrub from the North Cornwall coast

Ranger taster days 

There are regular opportunities to spend a day with our ranger teams in North Cornwall. You'll be helping to play a part in caring for our remarkable coastline.