Chapel Porth Beach, England

Chapel Porth Beach, located on the north coast of Cornwall, England, is a unique beach known for its iconic engine house, seasonal waterfall, and association with the Cornish pasty.

Scenic Beauty: The beach features a historic engine house perched on the cliffs, remnants of Cornwall's mining heritage. During high tide, a waterfall known as "The Hedgehog" cascades down the cliffs, creating a natural spectacle.

Recreational Activities: Chapel Porth is ideal for bodyboarding and exploring rock pools. The nearby coastal path provides opportunities for hiking and stunning views of the rugged Cornish coastline. Don't forget to try a Cornish pasty from the beach café.

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