Harlyn (Cornish: ar-Lyn, meaning facing a pool) is a small village on the north coast of Cornwall, Nr Padstow In 1865 a labourer found two wafer-thin crescents of gold known […]
Harlyn is a wide, sandy bay with a reputation as one of the safer beaches. It is popular with families and surf schools. The beach is backed by low cliffs […]
Walking from Mother Ivey’s Bay to Tregudda Gorge with the dog last night, we stopped at Harlyn Beach for a while
Coastal beauty spots have suffered years’ worth of erosion in just a few weeks due to the winter storms that have repeatedly battered the UK. Cliffs have been left crumbling, […]
Storms expose ancient human remains on Cornish beach “Efforts are under way to identify ancient human remains found on a Cornish beach. Archaeologists believe the bones, exposed by […]
Dune Erosion Dune erosion occurs when storm surge elevates waves higher on the beach, allowing them to attack and erode the coastal dune. As sand is removed from the dune, […]
Two concrete bases above Cat’s Cove, presumably for buildings since demolished are probably the site of a WW1 or WW2 Bombing Range Observation post.
St Constantine The ruins of the St Constantine Chapel and St Constantine’s Holy Well are located on Trevose golf course on the road from Constantine to Harlyn. A modern building […]