Chapel Porth Beach
Chapel Porth beach is nestled into a steep valley between St Agnes Head and Porthtowan. The name Chapel Porth is thought to originate from a medieval chapel and holy well located to the right of the beach and dedicated to St Agnes. At low tide there’s a large expanse of golden sand with many rock pools and caves to explore. At high tide the beach is reduced to a small cove.
- Car Parking
- No dogs between Easter Day – 30th September
- Lifeguards (During peak season)
Address: Chapel Porth Beach, St Agnes, Cornwall, TR5 0NT