Beach at Hanover Cove, St Agnes

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The lovely little sandy, but inaccessible, beach at Hanover Cove between St Agnes and Perranporth. Hanover cove gets its name from a ship of that name which was wrecked here in 1763. The 100ft two-mast square rigger brigantine was on its way from Lisbon with £50 million in gold (in today's money) when she was blown onto the rocks here.

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