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We took the boat over from the barbican in Plymouth. Took 30 mins to sail over, great views of Plymouth, Drake’s island and the Cornish coast.
Cawsand beach is peoples but great for all, a little walk to the village square and pub. We walked...More
I spent this past week in Cawsand with family, and I found the place to be a picturesque and scenic little spot. Be prepared to walk some hilly streets, but it’s more than worth it. There isn’t a huge amount to do, though, so if...More
Cawsands is a lovely little village, connected to Kings ands. There are 4 pubs and a few small shops.
The beach is safe for children and the water is calm, great for a Kayak, you can hire kayaks on the beach. The chip shop has...More
pebbly beach, no sand. Nice sheltered bay, safe for swimming for kids.
Rocks to climb & explore, kayaks & boats to hire, ferry trips available but have to queue & not always get on as ferry small so get there early.
Small shop selling food,...More
Took a walk at Rame Head along the cliff stunning views and walks. Then visited nearby Cawsand ( for the first time ever ), on a beautiful sunny day & found such an attractive area - spent the rest of the day there. The small...More
We are staying at Maker Campsite which is very quirky with excellent views,we walked into neighbouring village Cawsands Sands which was a very pretty place unlike the locals, one lady who worked for a local cafe had a rather large bowl of compost peelings which...More