Kynance Cove Diving UK Review

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Kynance Cove Diving UK Review

Kynance Cove is a small but beautiful cove on the eastern side of Mount’s Bay, Cornwall, England. It is situated on the Lizard peninsula approximately two miles north of Lizard Point. It’s waters are clear blue and a cafe is closely located to the bay overlooking the cove.

Beaches nearby

  • Pentreath beach (0.2 mi)
  • Caerthillian Cove (0.2 mi)
  • Polpeor Cove (1.1 mi)
  • Housel Bay (1.4 mi)
  • Church Cove (1.4 mi)
  • Cadgwith Cove (2.4 mi)
  • Carleon Cove (3.1 mi)
  • Mullion Cove (3.2 mi)
  • Polurrian Cove (3.4 mi)
  • Kennack Sands beach (3.8 mi)


Drive down towards Lizard point, through Helston, past the Culdrose air base. When you pass ‘Kynance garage’ on the right, the turning to the cove is about 600 yards on the right, it’s sign posted about one mile before the Lizard point. Drive down the lane, over the speed ramps and when there’s a sign for the car park, turn left down the dirt track for 100 yards and park by the wooden posts. Walk 300 yards towards the ocean and you’re over looking the break.

Type of beach


Lifeguard service

No lifeguard cover

Dogs friendly beach?

Seasonal dog ban. 1st July to 31st August / 10am to 6pm

dog friendly beach.


TR12 7PJ

OS grid ref.

SW 6905 1296


Beach cafe, toilets


Large National Trust car park – about 10 minutes walk to beach

By |2021-10-12T11:20:06+01:00October 12th, 2021|Categories: Reviews, Videos|Tags: , , , , |0 Comments

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Jeff was born in Weston-super-Mare, Somerset and during a holiday to Turkey in 2001 he opted to try diving, he became hooked and enrolled into his PADI open water diver course. He soon completed other dive courses, The PADI Advanced Open Water diver course and then PADI Rescue Diver course. In 2005 he became a PADI Divemaster, diving both in the UK and abroad. Working in such countries as Oman & U.A.E Jeff became a PADI Instructor in 2007 teaching in Thailand & Gran Canaria. Jeff is now teaching diving in the UK and wants to teach you “the way the world learns to dive”.