Treyarnon Bay in North Cornwall

Treyarnon Bay

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Treyarnon Bay in North Cornwall

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  One of the seven bays for seven days that can be found along this stretch of the North Cornwall coastline is Treyarnon bay, an excellent beach for all manor of seaside activities.

Treyarnon Bay is situated in an area of outstanding natural beauty. It is a clean beach which, at low tide, reveals a large area of golden sand. There are numerous rock pools to explore and sheltered small coves ideal for sun bathing.

Looking towards Treyarnon Island     Picnic on the beach at Treyarnon

The renowned “natural” swimming pool, at the bottom of the low cliffs near the Youth Hostel, was a hollow in the rocks which has been dammed at one end. It is flushed out by the incoming tide and is easily accessible at low tide.

Looking towards Trevose Head     The gulley between Treyarnon Island and the mainland

 The surf is usually best on an in-coming mid to full tide and enjoyed by many visitors each summer.

     Surf at Treyarnon Point

The coastal footpath provides breathtaking views along the coast to Trevose Head in one direction and Newquay and even St Ives on a clear day, in the other direction. At the mouth of the bay is Treyarnon Island. This large rock, topped with grass and thrift, is separated from the mainland by a narrow gulley and is a nature reserve and home of breeding sea birds. The coastal path and beach provide a wonderful platform from which to view the surf rolling in, the amazing sunsets, seals and if you are fortunate a school of dolphins.

.......and the sun begins to set on another day at Treyarnon.

Treyarnon bay

The beach is patrolled by lifeguards from the May Spring Bank Holiday until mid September.

Treyarnon at mid tide

 

If you require accommodation in Treyarnon or the Treyarnon Bay area please follow the link below to view a selection of holiday properties available.

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