Kingsand is on the south eastern tip of Cornwall adjoining Cawsand village on the Rame Peninsula. It is a former fishing village with tiny streets and little traffic. There are lots of rock pools with swimming from safe, clean beaches. Sailing and boating are popular in the sheltered bay and there is excellent fishing from the rocks for bass and mackerel.

There are four pubs/restaurants, a couple of tea shops with great Cornish ice-cream next to the beaches, a gift shop, post office and a general stores open 7 days a week, all within a short walk of Algoma.

 

Kingsand & Cawsand are in a conservation area of outstanding natural beauty, with quiet secluded beaches, magnificent scenery and spectacular walks. There are lots of long and short walks. Kingsand is on the Coastal Path, which winds its way through the 800 acre Mount Edgcombe Park adjoining the village.

 

Luxury self-catering house in a former Cornish fishing village, close to beach.

 

This luxury cornish house is in a former Cornish fishing village. Algoma, sleeps 10 guests (+ 1 pet), and has a private timber decking area and shares a common courtyard.