Porth Chapel Beach, Porth Chapel Beach

Porth Chapel beach is named after the remains of a Christian site and medieval chapel visible next to the footpath about 30 metres (98 ft) above the beach.

There is a spring known as the St. Levan Holy Well further up the cliffside which may be reached by ancient granite steps. The steps were covered for many years but were discovered in 1931 by the Reverend HT Valantine and Dr Vernon Favel.

Pedn-men-an-Mere overlooks the small secluded tidal beach of Porth Chapel to the west.

No facilities and a bit of a scramble down to the beach which is tidal.

Don't confuse with Chapel Porth near St Agnes

Porth Chapel Beach
Porth Chapel Beach
Cornwall
TR19 6JS

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