Treyarnon Coastline - PHOTOGRAPHER COMMENT
Panorama of the coastline of Cornwall. Picture taken from the mouth of Treyarnon bay at low tide. The life-guard station can bee seen on the beach.
Treyarnon Coastline - FURTHER INFORMATION
Treyarnon Coastline - Cornwall visitor guide showing a virtual tour of 'Treyarnon Coastline' linked to an interactive map with local and travel information. 360° panoramas from Cornwall.
Treyarnon is a small settlement on the north coast of Cornwall. Lying between Newquay and Padstow, just north of Porthcothan, the beach here is popular with surfers. During the summer months there is a lifeguard here. This picture shows the view along the coast from the rocks by Trethias Island. On the north of the bay is Treyarnon Point. At low tide the rock pools are great for exploring.
The headland to the south has several ancient settlement sites and a tumulus. To the north is Constantine Bay, which is also very good for surfing. Other popular beaches nearby include the bays of Treyarnon Constantine, Trevone, Harlyn and Porthcothan. Many of these offer good surfing in the right conditions.
For those wishing to stay in the area there are numerous camping and caravan sties around Treyarnon as well as various Bed and Breakfast (B&B) places. It is advisable to book ahead, especially in the high season.