Trebarwith Strand Beach is a west-facing beach near Tintagel, Cornwall. It is a sandy beach with scenic, rocky peripheral areas, sitting at the end of a picturesque valley. At high tide the beach is entirely reclaimed by the sea. At low tide it is a fine family beach which also offers good surfing.
The historic town of Tintagel, mythical home of King Arthur, can be reached on foot via the South West Coast Path, which stretches the length of Cornwall and beyond, rewarding walkers with stunning coastal views.
Cornwall holiday makers will find a range of self catering holiday accommodation nearby including holiday cottages in Tintagel (2 miles from Trebarwith Strand Beach by road). Further afield, self catering accommodation is also available in Padstow (19 miles), Launceston (20 miles) and Bude (20 miles) holiday cottages.
Two car parks are situated near the bottom of the valley, near the beach, as are public toilets. A shop and café can be found by the beach and a cliff top pub offers fine sea views. Rocks must be climbed over to access the beach. Lifeguards patrol the beach in peak season. Dogs are permitted on Trebarwith Strand Beach.