Given the wooded banks of the Helford River it should be no surprise to find some great big bits of driftwood washed up on the beaches that fringe it.
This is Bosahan cove, one of a string of pretty little beaches on the southern shore of the Helford. It backs onto, and is part of, the Bosahan Estate.
As there is no parking within about a mile of this secluded cove it never gets busy and is often deserted. You are equally likely to see visitors arrive by boat as by foot. Those who do come by foot are often transient visitors just following the coast path round.