See the seals and the lighthouse from Godrevy Point, walk along Gwithian Beach and visit the picturesque town of St Ives. From the cliff-top at Godrevy Point you can walk around the headland, there are stunning views out to sea where you’ll see Godrevy Lighthouse perched on the island. This is a popular subject for painters and photographers. Walk along a bit further, if you are lucky you may be able to see some seals swimming in the sea or they may be resting on the beaches below in Mutton Cove. If you do see them, please do not disturb the seals - please keep voices low and dogs under close control. It’s wonderful to see them relaxing in their natural habitat. You may even like to head down to Gwithian beach nearby. Gwithian is a very long and exposed sandy beach, it’s a popular place for surfers but be aware of strong rip currents. Parking A single lane access road off the B3301 leads to the National Trust Car Park and the Godrevy Café. St Ives St Ives is famous for its light, the light here seems more vivid than anywhere else in Cornwall, there’s no wonder it has become an important hub for artists. Tate St Ives gallery is on the seafront and hosts modern art exhibitions, focusing on British artists. With lots of independent shops, galleries and food places there’s something for everyone. Watch out for the hungry seagulls - they love a bit of ice cream or a pasty! Stay at Ayr Holiday Park

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