The Local Slogan boasts ‘7 bays for 7 days’. These beaches are: Trevone, Harlyn, Constantine, Booby’s, Mother Ivey’s, Treyarnon, and Porthcothan. All of these bays and beaches are very clean and are among the finest within Cornwall, each one with its own outstanding attributes. From May to September lifeguards patrol most bays, making the water very safe for all the family.
Teyarnon Treyarnon Bay is Bay Retreats nearest beach, one of the most unspoilt beaches in North Cornwall! It has some spectacular walks along the coastal path, has a car park, public toilets with disabled access. There is a beach shop, with deckchair hire.

The Cornwall beach guide of Treyarnon Bay

Boobys Bay Booby’s Bay is a beautiful isolated beach. It has fine golden sand and some rocky outcrops. There are some fantastic cliff walks including a collapsed sea cave called “Round Hole”. The beach is quite isolated but is well worth a visit.

The Cornwall beach guide of Booby’s Bay

Harlyn Harlyn Bay is around two thirds of a mile long and is made up of sand and pebbles. It has sand dunes and stunning cliffs and is home to the Harlyn surf school and the Harlyn Bay Inn and surf shop.The Cornwall beach guide of Harlyn Bay

Harlyn Bay Surf School

Porthcothan Porthcothan is a large sandy beach in a triangular shape. It is backed by cliffs and sand dunes and easily accessible.The Cornwall beach guide of Porthcothan Bay

The Visit Cornwall web page of Porthcothan Bay

Mother Iveys Mother Ivey’s is a beautiful, isolated, rural beach, which is hidden away in a bay. This means that it doesn’t get so much attention from tourist so is well worth a visit.The Cornwall beach guide of Mother Ivey’s Bay