The road in and out of the Trevellas cove was beautiful, a little exciting at times as we had to snake our way down a very narrow and rocky road, but the view at the cliff edge was fantastic.
Trevellas Porth Beach is situated just north of St Agnes. The beach is made up of pebbles and shingles, and at low tide it is possible to walk across to Trevaunance Cove.
The mining heritage of the local area is clear to see here, with a scattering of derelict mine workings and engine houses. The nearby Blue Hills Tin Streams is a working tin mine is open from April to October.
A veiw from above……………… Flight at Trevellas cove, St Agnes
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