Trevone Bay Beach is a sandy beach which sits in geologically rich area near Padstow, Cornwall. The beach sits at the midway point of a scenic stretch of coastline which extends east from Trevose Head to Steppers Point and provides fine views in either direction.
There are fine walks to be had along the South West Coast Path, which passes the beach on its journey from Harlyn Bay and beyond onto Padstow, via Hawkers Bay. The area is rich in wildlife. Either side of the sands lie rocky areas of beach with rock pools to explore.
Holiday cottages in Constantine Bay, Haryln Bay and Trevone Bay offer self catering accommodation to Cornwall holiday makers. Further self catering holiday accommodation is available in Padstow (3 miles from Trevone Bay by road) and Wadebridge (14 miles) holiday cottages.
An ample car park is situated at the rear of the beach and provides disabled parking and access. Facilities at the beach include toilets. Lifeguards patrol the beach during peak season. Dogs are not permitted from Easter to October.