Coverack Beach is situated in the small fishing village of the same name near Helston, Cornwall. It is a small, east-facing shingle beach accessible by steep steps down.
Popular activities on the beach include swimming and fishing. Divers are drawn by a number of wrecked boats off the treacherous rocks known as the Manacles. The water quality has been described as excellent and the beach is recommended by the Marine Conservation Society. Hikers will enjoy walking the coastal path and Helby River nearby.