Things to do at Castle Beach Review
Next to Gyllyngvase Beach in Cornwall, Castle Beach is a long narrow stretch of sand and shingle, and the most easterly of Falmouth’s beaches,.
Just a stroll away from the centre of historic Falmouth, and easily accessed from the railway station. You can see Henry VIII’s Pendennis Castle from here and at low tide the shoreline reveals scattered rocks and biodiverse rock pools for hours of rock pooling fun.
free, parking is on the main road, with a sloping access path plus a few steps down to the beach. There’s also a beach café serving snacks and drinks. Dogs are welcome on this beach except between July 1st and August 31st when a seasonal, dog ban is in place between 10 am and 6 pm.
This is a guest post with thanks to Lisa’s Notebook.
FAQ and Further Information Castle Beach
Is there food and drink available?
There is a beach cafe serving food and drinks.
What are the main things to do?
Sand and shingle beach. At low tide the shoreline reveals scattered rocks and biodiverse rock pools for hours of rock pooling fun.
Is there parking?
There is free, parking on the road.
Dogs are not allowed on Castle beach between 1st July and 31st August between 10am and 6pm but it is dog friendly outside these hours and between 1st September and the 30th June when dogs are allowed.