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Cawsand (Cornish: Porthbugh) is one of twin villages (Kingsand being the other) in south-east Cornwall.

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By car via the Torpoint ferry, by passenger ferry from Stonehouse in Plymouth to Cremyll and then by bus, or usually, by boat from the Barbican area of Plymouth

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Map of Cawsand

A very pleasant day can be had by doing a round trip - getting across by boat from the barbican and then taking a bus to Cremyll (infrequent) and catching the ferr across the Tamar.

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The beaches are not large but are interesting for children with an old lime kiln and numerous rock pools.

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There are good walks - into the Mount Edgecombe Estate towards Plymouth and the other way to the wooded headland of Penlee Point and/or to Rame Head.

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