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Coast and countryside car parks in Cornwall

A view across the sand and dunes towards the sea at Crantock
View from Rushy Green over Crantock Beach | © Mike Simmonds

Discover some of the National Trust's smaller coast and countryside car parks, off the beaten track in Cornwall.

  • Cadsonbury

PL17 7HL

  • Carn Galver

TR20 8YX

  • Chapel Carn Brea

TR19 6JD

  • Chyvarloe

TR12 7PY

  • Coombe Farm

PL23 1HW

  • Cot Valley

TR19 7NS

  • Cotehele Quay

PL12 6TA

  • Degibna

TR12 7PR

  • Hendersick

PL13 2LZ

  • Kiberick (Nare Head)


  • Lamledra (Vault Beach)

PL26 6JS

  • North Cliffs – Basset's Cove

TR14 0HE

  • North Cliffs – east (Deadman's Cove)

TR14 0HE

  • North Cliffs – Fishing Cove

TR27 5EE

  • North Cliffs – Hudder Down

TR27 5EE

  • North Cliffs – middle (Derrick Cove)

TR14 0HE

  • North Cliffs – Reskajeage

TR14 0HE

  • North Cliffs – west (Derrick Cove)

TR14 0HE

  • Park Head

PL27 7UU

  • Penrose Hill

TR13 0RE

  • Rinsey

TR13 9TS

  • Rotterdam Beach, Talland Bay

PL13 2JA

  • Trencrom

TR27 6NP

  • Wheal Charlotte (Towan Cross)


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