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Trebarwith Strand

Photographs taken 2005 to 2008

A visit to Trebarwith Strand on the North Coast, and a wander down through the small hamlet by the beach - "strand" is an old name for the shore. The view shows Gull Rock out beyond the small bay. The beach is popular with surfers, but retains a quiet charm of its own, and the Port William Inn (out of view) above the beach is a great place to sit and take in the view.

Trebarwith Strand
Trebarwith Strand and Gull Rock

Trebarwith Strand beach is good for surfing - and has attendant lifeguards - but the beach does disappear at high tide! Do not get cut off from returning if exploring the beach and rocks away from the beach!

Trebarwith Strand Beach
The beach - or strand - at Trebarwith

The Port William Inn ~ for an excellent plate of Fish and Chips overlooking the sea.

Trebarwith Strand Port William Inn
The Port William Inn at Trebarwith Strand

Trebarwith Strand Port William Inn
Looking back past the Inn

Trebarwith Strand Rocks and Beach
Ancient volcanic rocks pot-holed by the stream running down to the beach

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