Bossiney Haven

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Tintagel, Bossiney, Cornwall, South West England, England, PL34 0BA, United Kingdom

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Description Bossiney Haven

Bossiney Haven (Cornish: Porth Boskyny, meaning cove at Bossiey) is a small cove in the civil parish of Tintagel. It is on the north coast of Cornwall, United Kingdom and a mile east of Tintagel and three miles west of Boscastle. The South West Coast Path closely follows the coast above the cove.

== Geography ==
Bossiney Haven is part of the Tintagel Cliffs Site of Special Scientific Interest (SSSI) designated for its geological and wildlife interests. The cove is at the northern point of the

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