Tregantle Beach is part of the vast beach at Whitsand Bay in Cornwall. This is one of the longest stretches of sand in Cornwall, spanning over four miles.
Access to Tregantle Beach is not that easy as visitors have to navigate steep cliff paths to reach the beach. But the reward for making the journey to the beach is large, as it is a relatively quiet beach that is perfect for escaping the crowds, relaxing and enjoying the stunning views.
If you're planning a visit here, it's important to note that there are no facilities near the beach.
The best places to park your car are shown on a free map which can be downloaded by clicking HERE.
Lifeguard cover is available during the summer months, but visitors should be cautious as the whole of Whitsand Bay is renowned for strong rip currents. It's important to only enter the water where lifeguards recommend and see local advice before going for a swim.
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For those who are looking to explore the area further, Tregonhawke Beach is located 4km east of Tregantle Beach and Finnygook Beach is just 2km west. Both beaches offer similar breathtaking views and a chance to relax and unwind in a beautiful coastal location.
So to sum up, Tregantle Beach is a must-visit for anyone looking for a peaceful and unspoiled beach experience. Although access is not easy, the stunning views and tranquility make it all worthwhile. Just remember to take the necessary precautions when swimming and always follow the advice of the local lifeguards. Don't forget to download the free map to help you find the best parking spots too!
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