Duporth is a village on the south coast of Cornwall situated just south east of St Austell and between Charlestown and Porhtpean.
The village is set in a fantastic sloping woodland valley leading down to a private sandy beach, reached by steps cut into the rugged Cornish cliffs. The beach has an all year dog ban and is safe for swimming.
On a summer’s day the cove has a real Mediterranean feel to it and from time to time dolphins appear in the bay. The port of Fowey is just around the corner (to the east) from St Austell Bay and ships can often be seen making their way in and out of the harbour, and with tall ships regularly travelling in and out of the small harbour at Charlestown it is not unusual to see dolphins following them in.
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