Kynance beach is probably one of the most beautiful in Cornwall set in an area of outstanding natural beauty AONB. In fact I have seen it voted as being one of the most beautiful in the world. It is certainly one of the most remote as it is practically at the end of the Lizard peninsula (the Lizard is Britain’s most southerly mainland point) and it is not a beach that you can drive up to.
It has one of the most spectacular views from the cliff tops, and the colour of the sea is reminiscent of the cloudy aquamarine waters of New Zealand. It is also one of the busiest coves on a sunny school holiday, so bear that in mind if visiting.