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Newlyn Harbour

Newlyn Harbour General View of the west side of the harbour.
Small Gulls and Turnstones regularly roost in the vicinity of the lifeboat moorings , and frequent the rocks in front of the lifeboat house.
Newlyn Fish Market The fish market roof is a good spot for Gulls - Glaucous Gulls are rare but regular winter visitors.
Newlyn Harbour East The eastern part of the harbour ; with mud flats in places at low water.
Great Northern Divers are regular in the harbour during winter - with the occasional Grey Phalarope during particularly stormy weather.
Glaucous Gull Glaucous Gull - Newlyn Harbour.

Spring 2000

(image Peter Walsh )

Newlyn Harbour is very busy fishing port.
There are no particular restrictions to public access , with both quays being open and accessible.
Visitors should bear in mind the various activites and dangers present in such a port.

April 2001 : Please note that the South Pier has recently been closed to the public due to repeated vandalism ; and health and safety issues.

Newlyn is easily reached from Penzance . There is a regular bus service .
By car , take the main A30 bypass round Penzance and turn left for Newlyn at `Four Lanes End` crossroads ( sw 453 : 294).
Newlyn is always busy and parking difficult. There is a car park opposite the Mission to Deep Sea Fishermen as you enter Newlyn.

Tolcarne Beach , to the east of Newlyn, is worth checking for Gulls , and divers and duck offshore.

Newlyn Harbour
sw 464 : 288
50°06.2 : 5°32.9

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