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COVERACK HOLIDAYS

Smugglers’ hideouts, scenic coast and thrill-seeking activities

Coverack cottages

Visit Coverack

Tucked away on the Lizard Peninsula and set within an Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty, Coverack retains much of its original charm. Once known as an old smugglers’ hideout, the charming seaside village is steeped in an intriguing fishing history and promises something for everyone; from thrill-seeking activities on the beach to gentle walks around the scenic coast. It’s the perfect base for any kind of Cornwall holiday.

Coverack Cottages

We’ve a great range of self-catering holiday cottages in Coverack, suiting everything from to a romantic getaway for two all the way up to the full family gathering in one of our larger properties.

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A Local's Guide to Coverack

The pretty fishing village of Coverack is a dream destination. With a stone-walled harbour and a crescent-shaped shingle and sand bay, it makes the perfect holiday for all the family.

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A smuggler’s hideout

The gem of Coverack is a popular destination for activities such as windsurfing, snorkelling and kayaking. From the quiet and sheltered harbour you can set off by boat and let the gentle waters carry you past beautiful cliff faces and hidden coves.

Coverack beach is a combination of sand, shingle and rock pools, perfect for families and due to its dog-friendly status, the entire family will be welcome. The South West Coast Path also surrounds the village, so walkers will be able to explore more of the unique Lizard Peninsula.

A quiet stroll along the harbour is a lovely way to spend an evening - grab some locally sourced fish and chips on the harbour wall or head to the local pub for an indulgent meal. There are also a number of cafes, small shops and a popular ice cream shop in the village.

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