Bordered by rocks on either side, Treyarnon beach faces north-west and is surrounded by low cliffs that give way to sand dunes. This is a popular beach for surfers during mid and high tides, but there are riptides during low tidal periods, when these are likely the lifeguards put out warning signs.
- Safe bathing/surfing areas marked out with flags at peak times.
- Car parking
- Beach shop
- Youth Hostel
- RNLI lifeguard summer cover (5 May – 30 September), Easter bank holiday and weekends during April
- Like its neighbour Constantine, Treyanon permits dogs on the beach all year round.
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