Trevaunance Cove (also known as St Agnes Beach) is always popular with those on family beach holidays in St Agnes, as it’s one of the best-equipped St Agnes beaches. This sandy beach has plenty to see, including the old harbour and a set of mysterious caves, and the nearby beach Trevellas Porth is a short walk away when the tide’s out.
There's a lifeguard service between May and September, and a snack bar which serves hot and cold food. Dogs are permitted on the beach throughout the year, but they must remain on their leads during July and August.
This sandy beach has lots of character, and exploring the many caves around it makes for great fun during a visit too! There’s a lifeguard during high season, good surf (though not quite so much as Perranporth Beach) and Trevaunance Cove is a brilliant spot for fishing at high tide, so Dad may want to bring his fishing tackle along. You’ll find a large car park at Trevaunance Cove, and a snack shop right on the sand, so you won’t have to pack up and leave the beach when hunger strikes.