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We drove down to the bottom car park and walked along the cliffs to gwithian. It's an amazing beach with miles of golden sand, quite breathtaking. One of the paths to the beach was closed due to subsidence so we had a long walk to...More
Arrived on bank holiday Monday. Car park nearly full, but found a place. Left our National Trust membership cards at home. Very helpful girl on the gate phoned HQ and got us free entry. Parking normally £6 per day.
Quick coffee in the cafe.
There is much that can be said about Godrevy, but in truth it's all about sunset. It's a great beach to visit -- sea, sand, rock pools,... However, you must, must, must hang around for sunset. The display put on between the sun, sky, sea...More
Do this walk on a beautiful summer day in the summer. If you download the app I Walk Cornwall, they outline and call out steps for the Hells Mouth to Godrevy walk, which is about 5 miles total. Stunning vistas overlooking the Atlantic, blackberries growing...More
national trust run so being a member is beneficial as parking will cost you £6 a day. Great surf and beach supervised by the RNLI and they do a fantastic job keeping people safe. Lovely walk from the car park to visit the seals that...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!