See and do

Coverack Windsurfing Centre (Website)

01326 280939| windsurfing@coverack.co.uk | Facebook 

Enjoy Coverack from the water, you can try windsurfing, kayaking or paddleboarding.

Cornish Pisky Pal Trail (Website | Facebook | Instagram)

Cornish Pisky Pals HQ, Trecarne, Trevothen, TR12 6SD. Email: info@cornishpisky.co.uk

A great family activity and a great way to explore Coverack! Follow clues to find Cornish Piskies hiding around the village, the first letters of their name spells out a secret phrase.

Coverack Harbour Boat Trips (Facebook | Instagram)

Contact Ian Carey: 07977 044565 |Coverack Harbour, Coverack, TR12 6SX.

Why not book a boat trip and explore the coast around Coverack? You can try catching mackerel for your tea, if you’re lucky you might even see dolphins.

Terence Coventry Sculpture Park (Website)

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This free attraction is a ten minute walk south of Coverack. It’s accessed via the coast path so suitable footwear is needed. The nearest parking is by Coverack Primary School (though there is limited space).

Click here for directions from the harbour.

Coverack Harbour
Coverack, Helston, TR12 6SX

Coverack has a beautiful and distinctive harbour. It is a working fishing harbour and it is also a lovely place to sit and relax.

Coverack Harbour faces due West and is an ideal spot for catching the afternoon and evening sun. The harbour is always full of activity and hosts around 40 boats.

Fishing off the harbour wall is a very popular activity. Catches such as pollock, wrasse, bass, and mackerel are common. It is sometimes possible to see shoals of fish just off the harbour as they feed off the water’s surface. Fishing trips can be arranged with Coverack Harbour Boat Trips.

Swimming off the harbour is also very popular with the young and old alike. It is generally safe with no specific currents or strong tides, however always respect the water and be mindful that sea conditions can change quickly. Coverack is a working harbour and swimmers need to avoid swimming around water craft.

Coverack Bay is a safe anchorage for yachts, although not if the wind is in an easterly direction.

It can be possible to arrange a mooring for small craft on the harbour. This is done through contacting Coverack Harbour Master, Jon Carey (telephone: 01326 280638)

Coverack Beach

Coverack has a large beach which is a lovely place to walk, relax or bathe all year round. At low tide, it is possible to walk from the beach to the harbour.

Dogs:

Coverack is a dog friendly beach please keep your dog on a lead from 1st July – 31st August between 9am – 6pm. Please always keep your dog under control and clear up after them.

Swimming:

Coverack beach is safe to swim from, there is no lifeguard. Children should be supervised in the water at all times for their safety.

You can check times of high tide and low tide, as well as the weather forecast, in the links below: