Tregony is a village between St Austell and Truro in southern Cornwall. It is commonly known as the “Gateway to Roseland” due to its location as the first village you reach before the Roseland Peninsula.

The village Of Tregony was once a busy and prosperous port but the clay mines further upriver caused it to fill with silt until it became unusable.

In more recent times Tregony has become popular with those looking to explore the Roseland Peninsula. Its location means it’s easy to visit a variety of destinations along the coast including Gorran Haven and Portholland in the east to Portscatho and St Mawes to the west.