Castle Beach Cafe – provides hot and cold drinks, ice creams, pasties, paninis, sandwiches and light meals. There is a large sundeck area, with tables and chairs. The shop sells beach balls, buckets and spades. The café opens Easter to September. Website click here.
There is no lifeguard service on this beach.
There is no dedicated car park for this beach, although there is plenty of road parking nearby, the nearest car park being situated along Pendennis Point.
The Maritime Train Line service connects Falmouth to Truro via a twice hourly service. Alight at Falmouth Docks or Falmouth Town station stops both a 5 min walk from the beaches along Castle Drive. For a timetable click here.
Fal River Links – for information on reaching Falmouth’s beaches via the Park & Float scheme or via boat from neighbouring villages.
The new campaign from Falmouth Town Council and Safer Falmouth aiming to improve beach safety by promoting these three simple rules:
- No open fires on the beaches
- Clean up after your dog and adhere to summer dog restrictions
- Bin your litter and leave only footprints