Trebarwith Strand

To reach the beach you have to navigate across and through an array of extraordinary rock formations. This creates hazardous conditions when surfing at high tide.  The breaks are consistent and at the south end you have good left turns where its protected from north winds. At low tide its a popular family beach. Cafe. Lifeguards operate in summer months. The setting sun creates a wonderful rich golden glow on the cliffs. Parking charge. 

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