This rich in quartz, two-tone (half white, half pink/orange) menhir, stands at quite
an angle in the middle of a field next to the hamlet of Tregona.
The stone is placed on the northern slope of a valley where a stream runs below, and boasts
an incredible view out to sea. There are at least three other large white quartz stones
at the bottom of the field close to the stream in a hedge, and locals report there
once being five other ancient stones standing nearby. All of which suggest
Treburrick Menhir could have once been part of a larger ancient complex.