.Porth Island and Beach.
Porth is a large family beach with lifeguard cover provided in the Summer months from 09:00 till 18:00 Porth Island was an Iron age fortified settlement A spectacular feature at mid tide, especially on windy days is the blow hole at the end of the island. The pressure coming up through the rocks which causes the sea water to be launched into the air. You can view this from Porth Island itself and from various viewpoints along Lusty Glaze and the coast path leading to Watergate bay. The Coast path which runs around Porth Island to the beaches of North Cornwall has some of the most dramatic views of the National Trust walks.