Sennen Cove is a small coastal village in the parish of Sennen in Cornwall, England, United Kingdom. According to the Penwith District Council, the population of this settlement was estimated at 180 persons in 2000. The South West Coast Path passes through Sennen Cove.
Sennen Cove is home to a lifeboat station with a modern all-weather lifeboat that has regular display launches throughout the summer. There is a good range of amenities within the Cove with a mini-market shop, cafés, craft shops, a public house, a surf centre, an excellent fish and chip shop and an award-winning restaurant. Whitesand Bay
Sennen Cove’s friendly atmosphere makes for a relaxed day at the beach in one of the UK’s most breathtaking locations. Lifeguard cover from Easter until the end of October (2021). By order of the council, dogs are banned on the beach at Sennen from the 15th May – 30th September from 10am – 6pm
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