Popular with surfers and families alike Treyarnon Bay features the golden sands and rugged rock combination typical of the coastline, as well as a naturally formed 'swimming pool', a headland looking out to Trethias Island and rockpools aplenty to be investigated during low tide. There are opportunities for the adventurous here but there are considerable risks too, so caution should always be exercised.
There is lifeguard cover during Summer and, being situated in an area of natural beauty, there are many stunning views to be enjoyed; especially along the coastal path.
Features of Treyarnon Bay:
An area of natural beauty
Renowned natural swimming pool
Extremely clean beach
Rock pools and golden sand
Fantastic surf opportunities
Coastal footpath with breathtaking views
Seals and dolphins often sighted
Lifeguard patrols from May to September