We stayed at Treyarnon Bay Camp Site which gave us carfree access to the stunning South West coast path from Nwequay up to Trevose Head and on to Padstow. This is a must for walkers of all ages with the fantastic bays and pounding seas.
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Glorious day spent walking on the cliffs at Treyarnon, exploring the beach at Constantine, and a walk over to Mother Ivey's Bay. The views were amazing.
The beaches are beautiful. Treyarnon, Trevone being our favourites. Visiting the Trevose lighthouse area has lovely coastal walks, although you have to pay £4 parking.
Walk a stones throw from the hostel and the coastline is built on what look like jagged slate rocks - not seen anything like it (i'm no geologist though!). There are benches along the coast to simply sit and take in the views and listen...More
The most beautiful coastline and views, with changing shores depending on what the sea wants to do, still Cowries to be found! and great for surfers, plus the odd ship wreck to look at.
Unspoilt coast, with easy access to the sea at appropriate time of year. Cliff top, easy walking and dog friendly. Perfect.
Lovely for walking, breathtaking views: you can walk a long way or choose a shorter walk along the cliffs, always with a lovely beach along the way to get refreshments and/or have a refreshing paddle in the sea.
The area around ConstatineBbay Treyarnon Bay Harlyn Bay is stunning, whether you are looking for a sandy beach or the sheer beauty of the cliffs and rocks, North Cornwall is unbeatable in my opinion, walk the Corncih Coastal path, you will not be disappointed
Totally uncommercialised Very breezy when we there and is totally exposed If you like this kind of thing. - take your own food and drink Not worth more than a short walk to me
Having lived by the coast for my entire life I thought i knew a lot about the beach, ocean and rocky shore. That's until we went along to explore the shore. We went on a 2 hour rocky shore ramble with Dom. His knowledge and...More