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Coverack Cornwall is a picturesque old fishing village set on the Lizard peninsula. The setting for the book Wild Strawberries by Emma Blair and known to be an old smugglers hide out Coverack Cornwall is steeped in character and history.
Coverack has a Cornish beach which is mixed sand and shingle and usually a calm sea with rocks and rock pools to explore. There is a small walled harbour that you can walk round and sit to relax. Coverack Cornwall is good for kayaking and windsurfing and there is a centre offering both of these in the village. The Cornish coast path is easily accessible from both ends of the village either by the pub or the bus stop.
Coverack Cornwall has a pub, cafe, two small shops, excellent fish and chips and an ice cream shop which also does take away food in the summer season and a hotel. Coverack is a quiet village and many of the facilities shut out of the summer season, the pub and shop remain open.
On entering the village you will see two car parks, I would park here if you are able to walk into Coverack as parking is very limited in the village and it is only a short walk from the car parks to the village centre. There is a small car park in the village outside the pub. Public toilets are in the centre of the village.