Trevaunance Cove Beach is a small, north-facing beach in a scenic cove near St Agnes, Cornwall. It is mainly a sandy beach with some shingle. At low tide, rocky areas either side of the beach are revealed. Trevaunance is a popular family beach and surfing venue.
The landscape around St Agnes is dominated by evidence of Cornwall’s industrial heritage, with engine houses and mine shafts dotted around the rugged landscape. At low tide, Trevellas Porth can be reached but attention should be paid to incoming tides. The South West Coast Path heads south to Chapel Porth Beach. To the north lies Perranporth Beach.
Self catering holiday accommodation is available in St Agnes holiday cottages. Cornwall holiday makers seeking self catering accommodation elsewhere will find a range of holiday cottages in Newquay (13 miles from Trevaunance Cove by road) and Truro (11 miles).
Access to the beach from either of the two car parks near the beach involves a fairly steep, though short, walk. Facilities at or near the beach include toilets, a shop, pub and caf. Dogs are permitted on the beach but must be kept on leads during peak seasons. Lifeguards patrol the beach in the summer season.