Trebarwith Strand Beach
Trebarwith Strand Beach is a great place to enjoy a day out by the seaside although it is not a good place to take push or wheelchairs as to access the beach you must climb over rocks.
You can only visit this beach at low tide as at high it is completely covered by sea. So it is certainly worth checking the tide times before you head along for a day out.
Along with low tide comes a nice expanse of golden sands and rock pools for everyone to explore. It is surrounded by cliffs which make this beach quite sheltered and the views you can see from the tops of the cliff are very camera worthy.
Popular with Families and Surfers this is a really nice beach on the North Coast of Cornwall. Not far from the mystical town of Tintagel which has many magical things to see such as King Arthurs Castle.
Facilities: There is a beach shop and a cafe near to the beach and a Pub at the top of the cliff which surrounds the beach.
Safety: Lifeguards are in operation on this beach during the summer months.
Dogs: Dogs are allowed on this beach all year.
Parking: There is a small car park by the beach and then a larger one just before that.
Access: There is no disabled access to this beach.