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Crackington Haven, Cornwall
England

An easily accessible unspoiled beach with rock-pools - and a car park. The clifftop path to Cambeak has some of the most majestic coastal scenery in Britain. Many of the cliffs in this area are crumbling and unstable - so keep away from the edges.

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Tags: nature; beach; cliffs; coast; rock-pool
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