Alternative Names: St Agnes
Type of Dive: Trevaunance Cove is a great shore dive on the north coast of Cornwall.
Suggested Experience: Novice in good conditions.
Travel directions: Trevaunance Cove is just under a mile from the centre of St Agnes. The village is within easy striking distance of Redruth and Truro and around 12 miles from Newquay. From all directions it is easiest to turn of at the main Chiverton Cross roundabout on the A30 and take the B3277 to St Agnes. From here head into the village and past the church and down the hill. At the roundabout here turn left, following the signs for the beach / Trevaunance Cove. Follow the narrow Quay Road down a wooded valley for a half a mile to the cove.
Parking directions: There are two car parks on the left as you approach the beach. (£1.50)
Lat & Long: 50.322152, -5.202806 Postcode TR5 0RU Google
Tides: Tide tables 546a Perranporth. best to dive here at high tide and for weather use postcode above in the find a forecast
Site entry/exit: Very easy walk down the ramp onto the rocky beach then onto sand into the water.
Underwater directions: To the north/east it's mostly sand with occasional rocks and to the west, there is more to see as there are more rocks with sandy patches.
Air & Nitrox: Atlantic scuba
Nearest Public phone: Red phone box in the bottom car park.
Mobile Network service: Contact me
Accommodation: Cornwall guide
Other comments: There are public toilets opposite the bottom car park. Trevaunance Cove can get busy in the summer months.
Pub: Driftwood Spars
Cafe: Breakers Beach Cafe
Created by: Mark Milburn
Underwater Photos: Contact me
Dive sitemap: Not needed here.
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