Trevellas Cove and Trevaunance Cove at St Agnes are separated by rocks at low tide and you can cross from one beach to the other exploring the rock pools.
If you'd like an alternative walk back you can follow the coast path over the cliffs to return.
Trevellas Coombe, the valley behind the beach has many interesting reminders of Cornish mining and the sides of the valley is a blaze of yellow with gorse bushes flowering.
A stream flows through the valley to the sea, cascading over rocks before it makes its way across the beach.
Trevellas Cove is dog friendly all year round but please be a responsible pet owner and clean up after your dog.
Leading up the cliff towards Trevaunance Cove is a rough track that becomes a hive of activity every Easter Saturday as hundreds of cars and motorcycles try to scale the steep track as they compete in the Land's End Trial. This section of the Trial is known as Blue Hills. For more information visit our Motorsports feature