Trebarwith Strand Beach

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Trebarwith Strand Beach: The beach at Trebarwith is at the bottom of a deep valley with many attractive views along the Heritage Coastline towards Gull Rock. Rocks must be negotiated before you reach the rocky sands of the beach.


The beach is completely covered at high tide. Please ensure you are aware of the tide movement when visiting the beach.

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Surfing

Intermediate and experienced surfers only.

Info

Rights and lefts - lots of cross waves make it a peaky wave to surf, with predominately close out, fast and barrelling waves. Peak on the left of the beach, Pub side at midish tide.

Dangers:

Access problems at mid tide through rocky gully. Lots of rocks at the Northern end of the beach.

Tides:

Surfable at Low to mid tide.

Wind:

E/SE offshore.

Admission

Opening times:

Never closes

Prices:

Free

Dogs:

No reported restrictions

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