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Trebarwith Strand Beach

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Trebarwith Strand Beach

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Gary W wrote a review Oct 4
Hastings, United Kingdom617 contributions192 helpful votes
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My partner , dog and I visited here on our last night in beautiful Cornwall , the sunset was truly breathtaking , a sight I would never ever get fed up of looking at
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Date of experience: September 2020
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megthecollie wrote a review Sep 2020
Malmesbury, United Kingdom1,145 contributions24 helpful votes
A terrific beach especially for dog owners. If you get there as the tide is going out you'll be able to access the larger beach via the sand rather than clambering over the rocks. You'll easily find a decent bit of space to settle down. When the tide is coming in you have less time than you think to get back to the 'main' beach and the approach road. It went from walkable to knee deep water in half an hour when I tried it and I got soaked by breaking waves. Not a problem for me but if you're carrying toddlers and stuff to keep dry beware. There is a very handy shop just off the beach for ice creams and such and by the main car park there is a pop up coffee van. As mentioned bring lots of pound coins to Cornwall for the pay and display car parks. Typically £1.10p for an hour or £2.70 for two hours. The fee builds from there! On the upside most parks are free between 5pm and 9am. If narrow roads make you nervous do not approach from the Delabole or Rockhead turnoffs. Super tight and a nasty left turn near the bottom of the hill. I'd head in from the B3263 which is a bit wider with better 'pull ins'.
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Date of experience: September 2020
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Chris B wrote a review Sep 2020
Chelmsford, United Kingdom161 contributions25 helpful votes
Interesting beach with spectacular sands at low tide, lots to explore, but don't miss the view from the rocks at dusk!
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Date of experience: September 2020
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Lee Thomas wrote a review Sep 2020
126 contributions13 helpful votes
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What an amazing beach. Rugged, and imposing cliffs with lovely rock formations on the beach. The rocks are covered with life, mussels, limpets, barnacles and snails. We climbed, walked miles and explored a cave. The body boarding was brilliant too. Have to get there before high tide though as there whole beach gets covered. You can watch it all from the rocks. Ample parking on the hill, think it was £8 a day. Ensure you have coins as there’s no card payment and no phone reception at all. We paid £5.50 for 4 hours and then an extra £1 for another hour. So good, we’re going again!!
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Date of experience: September 2020
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W E wrote a review Sep 2020
Portsmouth, United Kingdom7 contributions1 helpful vote
Great little beach, nice and Sandy with lifeguards and rock pools, room to spread out away from the crowd, but a bit tricky to get to if you meet camper vans or delivery lorries coming the other way! Take plenty of cash for car park - no phone signal.
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Date of experience: August 2020
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