Kingsand is a 17th Century Cornish fishing villages. You will find coloured sandstone cottages, a maze of small lanes, a few small shops and some excellent pubs, restaurants and bistros.
Fortifications from Tudor to Napoleonic times guard the sea approaches. There are also the remains of 97 other fortifications around Plymouth Sound. It is safe to swim off the village beaches. Sailing, windsurfing, water-skiing and fishing are also available.
There are a wealth of places to eat in the area and our own village pub is only two minutes away where you will be made most welcome. Just in case you need to venture back into modern life during the summer a passenger ferry operates between the village and the historic Mayflower Steps at the Barbican in Plymouth.
The scenery in the area is spectacular and both Margery Hill and Fisherman’s Cottage are only a mile from Whitsand Bay (the longest sandy beach in England). Local leisure facilities include golf, swimming, walking and snoozing.
Walks which include the Southwest Coastal Path are generally more than enough for even keenest of walkers - and do you know, here there always seems to be a pub at the end of the trail!
There is a wide range of things to see and do on in the villages (https://www.crabpot.co.uk/) and all over the Rame Peninsula (https://www.visitcornwall.com/places/rame-peninsula)