Kenneggy Sands beach - circular walks

Kenneggy Sands beach

Kenneggy Sands is a crescent-shaped sandy beach with a mix of golden yellow and greyish sand. The south-facing aspect means it gets the sun all year. It is recorded on the OS map as Kenneggy Sand (with no "s" at the end) but is generally known as "Sands". The final section of the path to the beach involves ladders. The beach is mostly covered at high tide so care should be taken not to be cut off by the tide. The beach is sometimes used by naturists.

Circular walks visiting Kenneggy Sands beach

  • 6 miles/9.7 km - Easy-moderate

    Praa Sands to Prussia Cove

    Praa Sands to Prussia Cove

    6 miles/9.7 km - Easy-moderate

    A circular walk on Cornwall's Channel coast where horses carried ore, Victorian fishermen built huts and smugglers sailed to France, but before all this Neolithic people settled and worked flints carried down the English Channel from chalk areas during the Ice Age

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