Trevone Bay Beach
Located to the south of Trevose Head and to the north of Harlyn Bay. This gently shelving, sandy beach is surrounded by cliffs and situated in an area of great geological interest.
The beach has golden sand and little alcoves to sit and watch away the day. The cliffs to the north east of the beach provide fantastic walks and views to Hawkers Cove, the Camel Estuary and beyond. The cliff has a large blowhole as well, which appears on top of the cliff, so beware of getting too close to the edge if you’re not good with heights! Good marine wildlife.
The small cove produces good waves from low to mid tide. Right handers from the rocks on the right and a peak in the middle that has mainly rights and shorter lefts. It also has lefts off the left-hand side of the bay. Suitable for: Intermediate and experienced surfers. Dangers: Extremely powerful rip on the right of the beach. Tides: Surfable low to mid tide. Wind: SE/E offshore.
Lifeguards will be patrolling this beach from May 21st until 25th September. Please note: The lifeguard information was accurate at the time of entry. You are advised to always check beach conditions before your visit and always heed the lifeguards advice whilst on the beach. Current beach conditions and lifeguard cover can be checked on
Seaside Award 2006 for Clean Safe and well-managed beaches,
Toilets (inc disabled)
Car Park with easy access to the beach
Post Office in the nearby village.
Dogs – Trevone is a dog free beach from Easter Day to October 1st.