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Plot a family escape to a luxury cliff-side cottage by the sea in one of Cornwall’s most sought after coastal villages. Trevaunance Cove is St Agnes’ best kept secret nestled amongst the high cliffs on North Cornwall’s dramatic stretch of coast commanding breath-taking sea views.

Sandy Coves and Sandy Toes The labyrinth of coves and all that lives within the rock pools will keep children entertained for hours in this pebbly plateau at the foot of St Agnes. Buzzing with activity, Trevaunance Cove is a popular spot for surfing pros, surf the coastline between Porthtowan and Trevaunance Cove or walk to the neighbouring more secluded and peaceful beach of Trevellas Porth, on a windy day, young children can try their hand at kite-flying - up to the highest heights (Mary Poppins style) for the ultimate carefree beach holiday past time.

Walk Trevaunance Cove, Cornwall Trevaunance Cove is adjacent to St Agnes, an ancient Cornish village thriving with community spirit, dog-friendly beaches and a sprinkling of charming pubs, shops and cafes. This dramatic stretch of coast is a haven for walkers of all ages and abilities, whether you fancy a coastal stomp, a gentle amble from pub to pub, or a cross-country ramble, the views promise not to disappoint! With the coast path on the doorstep, a hike to the iconic, cliff-top engine house ruins at St Agnes Head (or Poldark’s 'Nampara Valley') towards Chapel Porth is a must. Tick a couple off the Trevaunance Cove bucket list, take the Blue Hills Tin Mine Walk and make a visit to Cornwall’s only surviving tin stream.

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