Trevellas Porth Beach is found a short distance to the north of St Agnes, and is mainly pebble. One of the interesting features of this St Agnes beach is its surrounding reminders of the area’s mining history, as there are several disused mines and engine houses clearly visible.
Also, the Blue Hills Tin Streams nearby still streams tin and offers guided tours, so if you find yourself in the mood for a stroll with something to visit, rather than just sand and surf, then Trevellas Porth is best. There’s a small car park close to the beach.
Trevellas Beach is one of the more peaceful in the area as it’s tucked in the next valley from St Agnes, and if you time a walk through Trevellas Coombe at the right time you can walk to Trevaunance Cove at low tide. There’s a fairly small car park close to the beach, and dogs are welcome throughout the year.