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Trevone Bay, Cliff Walk, Cornwall, England

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Trevone Bay on the North coast of Cornwall is just a mile West of Padstow, the Bay has both a Sandy and Rock beach, the latter is ideal for rock pools, crabbing!  Above the sea a Coastal walk runs with many seats and viewing areas.

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