Lambeth Walk beach is a small (and oddly named!) beach situated between the harbour and Porthminster beach. It is barely a beach at all when the tide is in but opens up to join with the harbour beach at lower tides. The backdrop to the beach is the town Church of St Ia and to the northern end is the RNLI lifeboat station.
The beach got its name in the late 1930s when the hit song “The Lambeth Walk” became a dance craze around the World.
Lambeth Walk is a dog friendly beach with no restrictions throughout the year.