Trevone Bay Beach

Trevone Bay beach is a gently shelving, sandy beach surrounded by high cliffs, featuring the iconic Trevone Round Hole and the popular tidal pool. Trevone Bay was the winner of a Blue Flag Award and Seaside Award in 2024, which celebrates the commitment to environment, water quality, and safety of the beach.

Near the bustling harbour town of Padstow in North Cornwall, Trevone Bay is a hive of activity, on and offshore. With the South West Coast Path passing over the clifftops, walkers can delight in the spectacular coastal scenery and views to Hawkers Cove, the Camel Estuary and beyond, and pass the fascinating 80 ft blow-hole known as ‘Round Hole’, that was formed by a collapsed sea cave, and is just one of the reasons the area is of great geological significance having been designated as a Site of Special Scientific Interest (SSSI). For those keen to discover the marine wildlife, find Rocky beach around the small headland, aptly named for its rocky outcrop, perfect for rock-pooling. There’s also the Trevone tidal pool, one of the largest on the Cornish coast, it’s affectionately known by locals as ‘Tinker Bunny’s Bathing Pool.’

Trevone Bay is lifeguarded between 10am - 6pm daily between 18th May and 29th September (2024).

Please note: Dogs are banned from the beach between May 15th and September 30th, between the hours of 10am and 6pm. Dogs are welcome at all other times.

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    Trevone Bay Padstow Cornwall TR8 4BU

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