Generations of Families have visited this beautiful Cornish destination for years, lesser known and unspoilt, Mawgan Porth Beach is located on the Stunning North Cornwall Coast.
In Mawgan Porth there are the remains of a Dark Age Settlement. In the years 1949-52, 1954 and 1974, archaeological excavations revealed a settlement comprising three groups of buildings (courtyard houses) and a burial ground dating from around 850-1050. Finds included pottery and stone artefacts. You can see the remains for yourself behind the pitch and Putt.
Much quieter than the nearby towns of Newquay and Padstow, Mawgan Porth is a bustling seaside village in the Summer months. It offers everything you need for a holiday from a beach and resident surf school to great places to eat and drink, plus plenty of activities in the village and surrounding area.
Mawgan Porth is centrally located in Cornwall, making it an ideal base for sightseeing the rest of the County.
Below you will find the businesses in and around Mawgan Porth. Please hover over or click the images for more information.
Café & Takeaway (seasonal), Beachfront, Mawgan Porth