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We rode the coastal route from st ives to Land’s end on our motorbike oh my god amazing and breathtaking views.next best thing having 3 Harley’s cruise behind us we on Yamaha’s but all having mega sounds from our bikes cruising along glorious
I have come here all my life and it never fails to amaze me, the tranquil beauty and the gorgeous views , no matter in summer or winter i love it . If you venture down into this area you need to drive over with...More
The little village of Gwithien is at the northern end, the Godrevy Island end, of an appr. 3 miles of golden sandy beach ( renowned for it's surfing ) and dunes running north from the estuary at Hayle on the north Cornwall Coast. The beach...More
As you come down the hill from Connor Downs towards Gwithian you suddenly see the most beautiful vista open up before you. The Cornish coastline at its wonderful best. The lovely beach, blue sea and fantastic lighthouse. The beach is lovely behind the Rockpool Restaurant...More
Godrevy is one of the most stunning beaches I have been too. Popped over as national trust members to spend time at the beach and watch the surf with my 2 year old. The added bonus is a fantastic spot for lunch and a coffee...More
This place has golden sands and the views across the bay to St Ives and Carbis Bay are gorgeous. Dog friendly once you have walked through the sand dunes but it’s worth it.
Go eat at The Rockpool after your walk. You won’t regret it....More
We have come here now for the 2nd year in a row it is beautiful! So happy we came again. Our daughter was desperate for the beach and we didn't want to disappoint her. So much seaweed in May compared to July BUT none the...More
The entire area of Godrevy is dog friendly. Most of the beach area isn't accessible at Godrevy Head, but dogs are certainly welcome there. The area where you can look down onto the beach where there are often hundreds of... More
The entire area of Godrevy is dog friendly. Most of the beach area isn't accessible at Godrevy Head, but dogs are certainly welcome there. The area where you can look down onto the beach where there are often hundreds of seals sunbathing has signs that specifically say to keep quiet (both animals and people), so you'll just want to make sure you're able to keep your pup quiet aka refrain from barking loads at the seals!