Trevone Bay is a gentle shelving sandy beach protected by cliffs on either side. The Bay has a number of alcoves which can provide some natural protection from any wind. You need to be careful of the s Read more [...]
Padstow is a charming fishing town surrounded by beautiful sandy beaches. The town is located on the westerly side of the Camel River and today the small fishing fleet supply the many restaurants in the town. Padstow has become a Cornwall foodie destination in part due to the influence of Rick Stein.
The South West Coast Path crosses the estuary from Padstow to Rock via the Black Tor ferry. The path gives some good day walking options; Stepper Point and Trevose Head .