Bedruthan Steps Beach

One of the most spectacular beaches in the county. Its name comes from the large expanses of slate scattered along the beach and not from the number of steps that can be taken down to reach the beach. It is said that the outcrops were put there by Bedruthan, a giant, and used as steps.
During low tide, the beach stretches for more than a mile with many interesting nooks and crannies.
The warning signs of the numbers indicate that the cliffs are dangerous, as are the tides, and that there is great potential for interruption during high tide.
Nearby are the cliffs of Carnewas owned by the National Trust with a cafeteria and restrooms. Looking west from here you get a good view of Newquay Bay.