Lusty Glaze Beach
Privately owned beach but as long as theirs not a wedding on its usually accessible! Only accessible via steps.
The great lusty glaze beach. Privately owned beach so just check it is open before visiting as sometimes they close the whole beach for a wedding! Wonderful meals there too. You need to be fit and able to go down many steps and to climb back up!
Lusty Glaze beach was crowned Beach of the Year 2017 by the The Times and The Sunday Times. And although privately owned the beach is fully open to the public at no cost. At the heart of the Lusty Glaze resort lies the bar and restaurant, relaxed, intimate and friendly with gasp inducing views and…
Relaxed atmosphere. Live music on occasions. Fantastic food and staff very welcoming.
From banana boat rides and jet skis, to abseiling and cliff rope walking, and of course surf lessons and board hire; this beach adventure centre has it all. Great restaurant / bar / pizza take out on the beach too. Only snag is the multitude of steps to reach the beach!
“Towan, Great Western and Tolcarne are known as the town beaches. Towan and Great Western are the closest beaches but you can walk along all 3 of them when the tide is out. ”
“From big fish to little fish and everything in between! Book online to save money!”
“Our favourite local beach. Quieter than the main Towan Beach and Fistral. It has beautiful views and easy access with a pushchair. There is also a fun burger bar on the beach, a little surfboard rental place and toilets. ”
“Hands down best cocktails in town in this tiny lovely bar with friendly staff. ”
“As one of the world’s top surfing destinations, backed by high cliffs and sand dunes, Fistral is the playground for hundreds of enthusiasts who flock to the beach to get a fix of the big waves. All the big UK surf competitions take place here including the Famous Night Surf, Boardmasters Surf Championships, National Surf Championships, the Groms plus many more… so if you’re a gung-ho pro or a just a timid beginner, this is the ideal place for you to show off or take your first tentative dip in the ocean. ”