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Signs on the cliff above the beach warn that swimming off the far side of the sand bar is dangerous due to strong currents.
Access to the beach is either by boat, or on foot from the coastal path along the cliffs. The top of this path may be approached from Porthcurno (approximately 1 km to the west) or Treen (approximately 1 km to the north). The final stage of the descent from the coastal path requires some climbing down steep rocks at the western end of the beach. It is sometimes possible to walk from Porthcurno beach along the shore, during low water of a spring tide.
- Pedn Vounder Beach on cornwall-beaches.co.uk
- Treen area guide on sennen-cove.com
- Porthcurno and Treen information (usable on mobiles) on porthcurno.mobi
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