Situated on the north coast between Newquay and Padstow.
There is little in the way of sand dune and the active face, where present, is in a poor condition and in places is mixed with stone walling.
The sand is medium-coarse and shelly.
Some of the top of the dune is separated from the beach by coastal defences and made over to car parking.
The beach is bounded on each side by rock cliffs. There are stone/concrete defences on the inland side of the beach.
The Trevone Stream is culverted beneath the defences and flows onto the beach. Potentially it may be possible that the defences could be removed to allow the dunes to reconnect to the beach.
A link to the Trevone Bay page on the 'Let's Talk Cornwall' website will appear here in due course.
This is a Cornwall Council led project, funded wholly by Defra.
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