Portnadler beach

Beach facilities

View map of beach Parking available South West Coast Path Dog friendly

Season: summer

A high tide covered the beach at Portnadler, on this grey morning.  For a change from my previous film, I dropped down from the coast path to the other inlet at Pornadler.  This is an unspoilt National Trust beach, between Polperro and Looe on the South West Coast Path.


Out for a morning walk. at Portnadler Bay.


One of the two inlets, above the beach on a high tide, at Portnadler in South East Cornwall.

Season: autumn

Portnadler is a small beach on the south coast, between Looe and Talland Bay, owned by the National Trust.  There are no facilities and it’s located right below the popular South West Coast Path.   The beach felt natural and timeless, and I was able to sit on some rocks by the waves, for my second film.


Portnadler beach, as seen from the South West Coast Path, above.


A view from the rocks, at Portnadler beach.


Down on the waterline, at Portnadler beach.

One thought on “Portnadler beach

  1. Ian Soady

    Portnadler, Hannafore and Plaidy beaches mean the world to me, lovely to see them on the site and also my mother speaking of Hannafore where my brother and I spent so much of our childhood. As Viv says in the Hannafore interview the grandchildren love to be on the beaches; although my daughter Ella prefers to view the beach from in the sea…


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