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High cliffs and sheltered coves with sandy beaches
An awe-inspiring expanse of sandy beaches around St Ives Bay, cliffs rich in wildlife and history.
While Godrevy is a popular surfing beach (with an equally popular café), there's more to this area of Cornwall than catching the next wave.
Enjoy miles of spectacular walks over coastal grasslands and heathland, exploring places such as Hell's Mouth and the North Cliffs.
You can also go seal watching or watch guillemots, razorbills, fulmars and cormorants which nest on the steep cliffs.