Porth Navas is a small village at the head of a short creek running off the main limb which runs north from the Helford River.
From medieval times until the 19th century development as a granite port, Port Navas was called “Cove”. The creek functioned as an access to the sea for neighbouring farms, and is now mainly a residential and leisure area, with moorings for small craft, and pontoons at a club sited on the upper quay. The creek dries at low tide. Porth Navas’s popularity depends on its beauty as part of the Helford River.
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