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Best things to do in Cawsand Bay

Discover the city through the eyes of locals. Find the best things to do, places to eat, and get priceless advice from the people who live here.

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“Great food, great beer, fabulous views over Cawsand Bay, balanced more in favour of visitors than locals over the busy summer period. The whole area of Kingsand and Cawsand is well worth a look. Comprising two joined old fishing villages it is also home to the narrowest house in the UK”
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Bakery
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“The sourdough bread is sublime! Excellent breakfasts, lunches and tea there too. Look out for its pizza nights.”
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Bar
“Great food and fantastic atmosphere Live music every Saturday night Booking recommended for food 01752 822840 ”
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Point of Interest
“Fancy kayaking or Stand up Paddleboarding? Look no further than this wonderful sheltered beach!”
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Fish & Chips Shop
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“Wetsuits, clotted cream shortbread, postcards, ice cream and Cornish Pasties to eat on the beach”
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Bar
“Lively pub with reliable quality pub food, a stone's throw from the beach - ask for plastics is you simply want to take them there!”
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Gift Shop
“Thoughtfully curated pretty, pretty Cornish gifts. One (mostly) for the girls.”
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Cafe
“Facing Kingsand Bay this cafe uses local produce and at only 50p an item to create your ideal breakfast this little gem is hard to beat!”
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Lodging
“A contemporary exhibition space for local artists that brings their work to the attention of a wider audience.”
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Neighbourhood
“In an secluded corner of South East Cornwall, Kingsand and its neighbouring beach at Cawsand are east-facing beaches of sand and shingle and great views of Plymouth Sound. Dog-friendly all year.”
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Route
“If you want fresh fish, Rob comes to the Square (outside the Crosskeys pub) on Friday evenings at 18.30ish! You can also pre-order with for delivery on Wednesday lunchtime. www.rgseafoods.co.uk”
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Natural Feature
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Route
“Seasonal passenger ferry running between Cawsand Beach and the Plymouth Barbican. 30 min crossings over Cawsand Bay. Check their website for times. www.cawsandferry.com”
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Point of Interest
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Bus Station
“Catch buses from here to Millbrook/Cremyll or the opposite direction to Torpoint/Plymouth”
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