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Coordinates: 50°19′52″N 4°12′08″W / 50.3311°N 4.2021°W
Cawsand (Cornish: Porthbugh) and Kingsand are twin villages in southeast Cornwall, England, United Kingdom. The village is situated on the Rame Peninsula and is in the parish of Maker-with-Rame.
Cawsand overlooks Plymouth Sound and adjoins Kingsand, formerly on the border of Devon and Cornwall (the border has since been moved and is the River Tamar). Once a renowned smuggling centre, Cawsand now has one public houses and a hotel (the Cawsand Bay Hotel the Cross Keys Inn.
Cawsand is within Mount Edgcumbe Country Park. There are frequent bus and ferry services to the city of Plymouth which is three miles to the north across Plymouth Sound. There is also a ferry service in the summer from Cawsand beach to Plymouth Hoe.
The Rame Peninsula is sometimes known as being in the Forgotten Corner of Cornwall.
Cawsand Fort 
Cawsand Fort (at 50°19′56″N 4°12′9″W / 50.33222°N 4.20250°W) is sited just above the village. The fort is an 1860s Royal Commission on the Defence of the United Kingdom fort built on the site of a 1779 battery to mount about 10 guns to cover the western entrance to Plymouth Sound by the breakwater. Released by the Ministry of Defence in 1926 it remained derelict until it was converted into residential accommodation.
Cawsand is twinned with Porspoder in Brittany, France.
External links 
Media related to Cawsand at Wikimedia Commons