Trebarwith Strand is a flat sandy beach at low tide, when it is nearly a mile long (including Hole beach). At high tide the sea comes up to the cliffs. The beach is often closed an hour or two either side of high tide, particularly if the sea is rough or the wind is blowing onshore. Looking down the road to the beach the view is dominated by Gull Rock.
Through a rocky gully from the bottom of Trebarwith village.
This gully can be closed to the public as waves will surge through it and on to the road during heavy swells.
Swimming & Surfing
See Surf Guide
Ligeguard from 21st May to 25th September. Toilets (including Disabled), Port William pub on the cliffs with a fantastic view of the sea and surf plus various gift shops.
Council car park on the road down from Trebarwith village
Dogs allowed at all times of the year.
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