Treyarnon Bay Beach
Description:Treyarnon Bay Beach is an excellent family beach with lots of sand and rock pools and can be used for surfing.
Safety:Lifeguards in summer. Signs warn of strong undercurrents, large breaking waves, unstable cliffs and not to use inflatables at Treyarnon Bay. See Beach Safety Guide.
Access:There is a slip way to Treyarnon Bay Beach.
Dogs:Dogs allowed all year on Treyarnon Beach.
Directions:Treyarnon Bay is approximately 11 miles from Newquay. On the A30 near Indian Queens turn onto the A39 at the Highgate Hill roundabout. Proceed on the A39 north and continue on the A39 across the 1st roundabout. Continue on the A39 and at the 2nd roundabout (Trekenning roundabout) take the first left onto the A3059 (signposted for Newquay). After about 2 miles turn right, signposted to Watergate Bay and Mawgan Porth. Continue on this road until a junction and here turn right onto the B3276 (signposted to Padstow and Mawgan Porth). Follow the B3276 through Mawgan Porth and then through Porthcothan. Immediately after Porthcothan turn left onto a minor lane (signposted to Treyarnon). Continue on this road until a left turning signposted to Treyarnon Bay. Continue on this road and then at some cottages turn left again and then follow this road to Treyarnon Bay.
Post Code:PL28 8JS.
Parking:1 car park at Treyarnon Bay (can get full on busy days).
Facilities:Beach shop. Sand Chair hire for the disabled at Treyarnon Bay, phone Youth Hotel Association on (01841) 520322.