|Latitude:||50° 73.33′ North|
|Longitude:||4° 65.23′ West|
|OS Grid:||SX 130 955|
From the north leave the A39 ‘Atlantic Highway’ at Wainhouse Corner take the turn to Crackington Haven, take the lane to the south to the ‘Trevigue’ owned by the National Trust where there is roadside parking. Follow the footpath to the beach and turn right to The Strangles.
From the south leave the the A39 take the B3263 towards the small hamlet of Tresparrett Posts. After passing through this hamlet take the next right turn. Follow this road for approximately two miles until you reach Trevigue.
On the seaward side of the road on the bend there is a footpath leading off towards the cliff top. Take this path which for the first 200 yards is quite flat. Once you leave the enclosed path and step out on to the cliff top you can see the beach below. The descent is mostly moderate with one or two rather exposed parts. The path is quite distinct and can be followed fairly easily. Eventually you arrive at roughly the mid point of the beach. Most naturists tend to turn right towards the northerly end of the bay.
There are no facilities at the beach.
It is a pebbly and stony beach but sand is revealed at low tide when it is shared amicably by textile and naturists. In busy times naturists clamber over the small rocks to the adjacent Little Strand beach but care should be taken not to be cut of by the tide.
Dogs allowed all year.