Cornwall Beach Guide

Treen Cove Beach

West Cornwall.
Treen Cove is a quiet small sandy cove on the eastern side of Gurnards Head on the West Cornwall coast. There is no parking or facilities and access to the beach is difficult. There is no sand at high tide.
No details available. See Beach Safety Guide.
Access is via the coast path from Zennor or a lane from the Gurnards Head pub. Final access to the beach is by climbing down over rocks, which is difficult and rocks may be slippery.
Dogs allowed all year at Treen Cove.
Gurnards Head is about 6 miles from St Ives and can be reached on the coast path from Zennor. Zennor is about 4-5 miles from St Ives on the B3306 road. There is a small car park at Zennor and a path which links up with the coast path. Note that the coast path is quite rocky and can be slippery. Alternatively several miles west of Zennor on the B3306 is the Gurnards Head pub. Here there is some very limited parking on the road verge and a lane to Gurnards Head.
Post Code:
TR26 3BY (Zennor), TR26 3DE (Gurnards Head pub).
No parking. Park at Zennor or some very limited road parking by the Gurnards Head pub.
Nearby Alternative Beaches:
Sennen Cove (13 miles, sandy beach, surfing, disabled access)
Portheras Cove (5 miles, sandy cove, dog friendly)
St Ives (6 miles, seaside town, sandy beaches, surfing, part dog friendly, some disabled access)
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