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Polzeath Beach


Polzeath, meaning dry creek, is a small seaside resort village in the parish of St Minver in Cornwall, England, United Kingdom. In the picture you can see the Camel Estuary and the sandy beach which is popular with holiday-makers and surfers. The position has you looking back towards Polzeath from the South West Coast Path near Pentire Head.


Dolphins may sometimes be spotted in the bay and the coastline north of Polzeath is a good area for seeing many types of birds, particularly on migration but also including occasional puffins nesting on the offshore islands.




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