Trevone Bay is a large gentle shelving sandy beach protected by cliffs on ei Read more [...]
Trevone Bay Beach Information
Trevone Bay is a large gentle shelving sandy beach protected by cliffs on either side, the bay also has a number of alcoves which can provide some natural protection from any wind.
You need to be careful of the surf as it can be rough and we would suggest only entering into the water whilst the lifeguards are present or go and ask for advice from the beach surf shop as they understand this bay.
To one side in front of the houses you have a grass area and on the other, the coast path takes you to the cliffs above the beach where you have an interesting blowhole eighty feet deep formed by a collapsed sea cave known locally as ‘Round Hole‘.
When visiting Trevone Bay we would also strongly suggest popping by to Rocky beach next door as it is such a contrast to the sand of Trevone, with large rock slabs, rockpools and even a sea swimming pool.
Facilities include car park, toilets, beach cafe and shop and lifeguards in the summer.
Trevone Bay Beach is a Blue Flag Beach and has been awarded a regional Seaside Award.
Trevone Bay does not allow dogs between Easter Day and 30th September.
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