Coverack is a coastal and fishing port in Cornwall – on the east side of the lizard peninsula and south of Falmouth.
The area is a centre for water sports i.e. windsurfing sailing and diving
Every year on Christmas day all the local villagers and tourists go swimming to raise funds for Cancer charities.
Coverack is a perfect destination for a Cornwall holiday or day trip – there is a pleasant beach which is safe for Yachts and leisure craft.
The harbour was constructed in 1724.
The villages main Inn – Paris is named after an American liner that hit the rocks in 1899.
Coverack is an attractive village and active but small fishing harbour. It has its own webcam over a beautiful and quaint harbour.
The beach is fairly rocky but a good family beach – it is ideal for anglers – it is also dog friendly
Crescent shaped beach with a delightful cove.
The old lifeboat house is now a fish and chip restaurant
Many of its white cottages are thatched.
The village grew in the 1700 s when there was a lot of pilchard fishing.
Green fingered visitors would love the Coverack show in august
Some Coverack events
- Coverack Carnival
- Coverack Regatta
- Coverack Arts Festival