When it comes to stunning beaches, Cornwall is the most famous in the world. It prides itself on the best beach bars, cafes, bistros, and restaurants. No other laid-back seaside is as social as Cornwall. This is obvious in its crowd-pleasing blend of funky self-reliant establishments and modern eateries.

The list below is the best seven beach bars and cafes to visit in Cornwall.

1. Tatams Taverna, Portscatho

Portscatho lies on the seafront and right at its bottom is this laid-back grill of firewood and takeaway that administers dishes to eat in or take-home patrons. The seating at Tatams is on two long combined tables available to everyone.

Visitors love the sublime food and excellent coffee combined with the amazing view.

2. The Rockpool, Gwithian

The Rockpool is located in the idyllic setting of the dunes between Godrevy and Gwithian. It is a family-friendly cafe bar that provides great food, a sandy back garden and great music. Visitors visiting the Rockpool love its outstanding fusion-style food, great scenery, and friendly staff.

3. Beach Cafe Bar, St Ives

The Beach Cafe Bar is standing centrally on the impressive seafront of St Ives. It is a comfortable rustic-chic cafe and bar and offers delicious food, wine, coffee, and artisan beers. Visitors love the Cafe Bar’s beautiful views, value for money and friendly staff.

4. The Slope, Newquay

The Slope is an overlooked Western Beach in Newquay. The eatery prides itself on burgers, beers from Sharp’s Brewery, loaded fries, and locally-roasted coffee. Tourists love the great location of the eatery, its incredible view, and great burgers.

5. Blue Bar, Porthtowan

The Blue Bar is a shabby-chic gem located in Porthtowan and it is friendly to residing families and travellers. The Blue offers beautiful sea views in front of the bar and a tranquil, chilled-out atmosphere. Visitors admire the elegant view, friendly staff, and relaxing atmosphere.

6. Hubbox, Pentewan Sands

The Hubboxis best illustrated as a laid-back beach cabin with the eatery’s interior design signature. Hubbox offers award-winning food and stunning views of the sea. What tourists love most at the eatery is the friendly service, great burgers, and selection of beers.

7. Schooners, St Agnes

The Schooner is a restaurant that sits at the Trevaunance Cove’s beachfront. It offers craft ales and lagers, wine, and cocktails, and a changing locally-sourced seafood menu. Visitors love the Schooners’ elegant food, beautiful location, and memorable views.

You cannot go wrong with any of these great establishments. Maybe just try them all?