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Beaches in Flushing
Whether it’s a short stroll or a short ferry ride, there are some beautiful beaches in and around Flushing that are just waiting for sunny days and sandy toes.
Flushing beach – Also known as Trefusis beach, this small rocky beach is great for a quick dip or run around with the dog without venturing away from Flushing. It’s worth remembering that it disappears at high tide though so make sure to check the tide times before packing up the beach towel and sunscreen.
Mylor beach – A short walk inland from Flushing, Mylor beach is a lovely shingle beach with stunning views out across the estuary towards St Just in Roseland. Rockpools will keep the kids entertained while the close proximity to Mylor makes it the perfect spot for an ice cream (or two) by the water.
Gyllyngvase beach – A short ferry ride along Fal River will get you to one of Falmouth’s most popular and well-known beaches. Gyllyngvase (Gylly for short) beach has everything you could possibly want from a beach including a beach-side restaurant, café, and volleyball net!
Swanpool beach – Another favourite in the Falmouth area, Swanpool is a haven for watersports enthusiasts! Coasteering, kayaking and SUPing are just some of the marine activities you can enjoy before making the short walk up to Hooked on the Rocks where you can tuck into a delicious meal while watching the glittering ocean.