Can You Guess the Beach from the Chocolate Bar?

Our Photographic and Becky Bettesworth ranges feature images from some on the most beautiful spots in Cornwall… but can you guess which beach matches which bar?

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1) Cream Tea

As you might be able to tell from the bar, this lifeguarded North Coast beach is a paradise for surfers and sun seekers, and known for its dramatic cliff either side. Take your board, frolic in the surf and enjoy the surroundings – you might even spot some puffins – then refuel with this bar!

 

 

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2) Honeycomb

This gem of a beach is tucked out of the way, meaning it never gets too busy. Start your walk at Wheal Coates and wander down the coast path to the beach, where you can tuck into the most Cornish of ice creams – the hedgehog! Alternatively, take the Honeycomb bar down with you and eat it next to the scenery that inspired it!

 

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3) Apple Crumble

An unsung hero of the Cornish beach scene, this beauty is ideal for both kids and adults, and has incredible views out over the island castle that sits just metres away from it. At lunchtime, nip back into pretty little town that sits beside it for fish and chips, then walk across to the island itself at low tide. The perfect family day out!

 

 

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4) 70% Cocoa

Famous for it’s crystal blue waters and white sand and loved by artists for its incredible light, this whole area is just drop dead gorgeous. At low tide, this beach is just a short walk along the sand and around the rocks away from the town centre. Once you’ve made that oh so long and arduous journey, it’s only right to refresh yourself with a cider at the cafe. Watch out for the seagulls though, they love a bit of free food!

 

 

 

 

 

And the answers are…….

1) Polzeath
2) Chapelporth
3) Marazion
4) Porthminster

 

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