Treyarnon Bay Beach is a sandy, west-facing beach in a shallow, narrow cove near Padstow, Cornwall. The rear of the beach is backed by sand dunes. As it enters the Atlantic, at either side of the beach are rocky areas with rock pools to explore at low tides.
Treyarnon Bay is a popular spot for families and often provides good surfing conditions. It sits in a designated Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty. There are fine coastal views from the South West Coast Path, along which walkers can access several other beaches nearby – Porthcothan Bay, Constantine Bay, Mother Ivey’s Bay and Harlyn Bay.
Porthcothan Bay and Treyarnon holiday cottages offer self catering accommodation to Cornwall holiday makers. More self catering holiday accommodation options are provided by holiday cottages in Padstow (7 miles from Treyarnon Bay by road) and Newquay (18 miles).
A small car park is situated by the beach, from where there is level access to the beach. Toilet and refreshment facilities are nearby. Lifeguards patrol the beach during peak seasons. There is no dog ban.