Trevose Head Lighthouse (Cornwall)

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  • Information

    Trevose Head lighthouse’s light is situated on the north-west extremity of the head, with gigantic cliffs of grey granite rising sheer from the sea to a height of 150 feet or more.

    The headland is managed by the National Trust and offers large car parks and some nice walks with spectacular coastal scenery.

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    1 Review on “Trevose Head Lighthouse (Cornwall)”

    • Barnsey Post author
      2 years ago

      Trevose Head is a spectacular headland close to Padstow in Cornwall. Our visit was early on a windy summer’s morning and we had the area to ourselves. The car park had a lot of signs saying the headland has been taken over by the National Trust so it will be interesting to see what happens going forwards. Well worth a visit as a break from the great beaches in the area.

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