The North Cornwall Coastline consists of small sand coves with small rock cliffs at the shoreline, many of which were built by generations of Seabird Pirates to live in a shelter from the harsh weather of the ocean, and stay out of the ocean winds. The beaches are built on both sides of the river mouth from Cornwall, and there are many cliff tops and canyons which are hidden and beautiful at the top of the cliffs. The weather in North Cornwall is very mild and the North Cornwall beaches offer many sheltered options. The temperatures in North Cornwall, as in all other seaside areas is very warm and it is not hot day to day.
The beaches of North Cornwall are usually lined up along the banks of the River Pentland and they are all by water. One of the most popular beaches is that of the Ravenglass Cliffs. This beach provides a great view of the river from the cliffs, you will be able to watch the boats of the Cornish Rope Cruising. Port Isaac is another popular beach and the coastal views from here are also fantastic. In the summer months when the tides are high many people come to North Cornwall to enjoy this amazing combination of beaches, sea and sun.
The weather conditions in North Cornwall are much more favourable than the weather conditions in some of the more inland areas of England. There are many wonderful bird species found here and these birds have a wide variety of habitats to visit in order to find the perfect place to live their natural lives. The current weather conditions will vary according to the tides and the weather conditions on these shores.