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Perranporth is a small seaside town, with a long sandy beach, popular with families is about 10km west of Newquay.

The town is called after a Cornish saint – St. Piran.

The SW Coastal Path runs through the town.

At low tide the beach is about 3km long and has a number of interesting sea arches and stacks which are almost accessible at low tide.

The town has a number of holiday and camping parks and are popular during the summer months.

The beach is good for surfing and has hosted the Women’s World Surfing Championship.

The town has a small harbour for fishing and leisure craft.


Further Reading on Wikipedia : Perranporth


Copyright Moving Postcards Aug 22 2016

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