Drive two miles outside of Padstow and you will come to Trevone Bay. A picturesque coastal village adjoined by a sweeping sandy beach, Trevone Bay beckons water-lovers, sun-seekers and nature-watchers alike.
Home to many local families, Trevone has an authentic air. Charming and inviting, visitors can weave their way through the village, stopping to say hello to locals and other holiday-makers. Big enough to offer lots of amenities like a village shop, tearoom, gallery and more and small enough to get around quickly, Trevone is perfect for a relaxed day out.
Once you’ve spent a spell in the village, head towards the coast and pop into the beach café to enjoy fantastic views of the bay whilst polishing off some delicious fodder. Serving breakfast, lunch and dinner, you can sate your hunger any time of day to the soothing soundtrack of the sea.
Tummy satisfied, it’s time to head out again to the true gem in Trevone’s crown – Trevone Beach. With high cliffs to its right and a flowing rocky outcrop to its left, Trevone Beach has a wide, gently sloping shore and lots of sheltered coves perfect for tucking into. Sprawl out on the sand or find your own little corner, every angle of this beach looks as good as the next.
Given the Blue Flag Award in 2017, Trevone Beach has been recognised for its cleanliness and safety. With lifeguards on duty throughout the summer months, visitors can take a well-deserved dip or try out a favourite water sport under a protective eye. A popular choice amongst surfers and rock pool enthusiasts, the beach offers fun both in and out of the water for all the family.
If you would like to explore the surrounding area, there are lots of walks nearby along the coast. On the east side of the beach a natural blow hole that is eighty feet deep draws visitors from far and wide. Make sure you don’t step too close though! Padstow is a really short drive away or, if you would like to stretch your legs, can be accessed via the coast paths too.
Above the beach there are two big car parks, toilets and a beach and surf shop. Dogs are restricted from visiting the beach during the summer months.