Poldhu Cove, also known as Black Pool Cove, is a lovely west-facing sandy beach is suitable for lots of fun activities from building sand castles to beach volleyball and rocks to explore ast low tide and great for swimming, surfing and windsurfing (in the designated zone).
With the imposing former hotel on Poldhu Point to the south and the Mullion Golf course to the north access to the flat, sandy beach is from the car park across the road. A few hundred metres along the southern cliff (Angrouse Cliff) lies the monument to the great inventor Marconi who sent the first wireless signal. Swimming and surfing is possible here taking care at low tide.
Poldhu Cove is owned and looked after by the National Trust and is able to care and conserve areas like this thanks to their members, volunteers and donors.