If you were given these images, I doubt you would instinctively think, ‘England’. Hawker’s Cove, is a beach that lies at the mouth of the River Camel, about two miles from Padstow. At low tide, a great expanse of sand is revealed. You can reach it by walking via Padstow Harbour, but there is more to explore if you park in the farmer’s field the other side at Lellizzick Farm and walk down to it.
Here is a view from the coastal path on the way down to the Cove:
The coastal path takes you through a forest of trees
When you reach the Cove on a sunny day, the sun catches the sand and it looks white and golden
You can spend the day watching the boats pass by, and have a picnic on the sand!
It could be the Med 🙂