During lockdown please do not visit Coverack. We hope to welcome you back later when it is safe to do so. Thank you to all those who have rearranged plans to visit.
Coverack welcomes visitors all year around, here are some useful resources to help you plan your visit.
- How to get here
- Local businesses (Things to See and Do; Food and Drink; Shops)
- What’s On
Coverack Village — Businesses and the Community.
Whether you are local or on holiday, a regular visitor or here for the first time, please try to use what is available in Coverack village. We are very fortunate in having a wonderful seascape, beach and a mix of independent businesses and voluntary organisations which combine to make Coverack what it is today.
When in Coverack, if you park your car in any of the three village car parks, run by the Parish Council, all the contributions placed in the honesty boxes are used for projects within the Parish and help towards the upkeep of two sets of public toilets in the village.
There is an enclosed play area with swings and a slide, by the Lambeage Hall, on the left as you go up School Hill. At low tide, there is a beautiful sandy beach. If the tide is in, the harbour is well worth a visit, although it should be noted that it is a working harbour, please take care.
The Parish notice board, by the public toilets near the harbour, will have posters about upcoming events, as does Coverack Village Stores window and Coverack Information Point situated beside The Old Mill Shop. There are also three ‘Interpretation Boards’ in and around the village that include information on local history and geology.
Public phone box is near the public toilets by the harbour.
Post Office Services are available in St Peter’s Hall on a Monday and Thursday afternoon between 1:30pm and 4:30pm. Please use these facilities so that we can continue to have Post Office facilities in the village.
Post boxes: Next to Coverack Village stores; at North Corner by the Bus shel-ter and at Penwartha estate at the top of the hill.
Cash: There is a cash machine in The Paris. Coverack Villages Stores offer a cash back service.
Coverack is a small community with a number of independent businesses; it manages to offer a wide and varied range of events, activities and facilities mainly in the Summer but throughout the year. It is only with support that everything keeps going – your support is very much appreciated.