The northen-most tip of Hayle's '3 miles of golden sand' and probably the most dramatic. Owing to it's position Godrevy takes the brunt of the Atlantic swell and is one of the more exposed beaches of the North coast. It is a place of moods ranging from buckets and spades on a sunny summers day to classic rugged Cornish splendour on a stormy winter's day.
Godrevy is connected to Gwithian beach at lower tides to create an impressive stretch of sand. The hundred or so metres of sand all but disappear at high tide so don't get caught out. The beach terminates with a low rocky headland and the lightouse on an island just off the coast. (of Virginia Woolfe's To The Lighthouse fame)
Godrevy is now National Trust Property.
Also known as:
Godrevey, Peter's Point
Type of beach
There is a summer lifeguard service located on Peter's Point from 19 May - 30 September
Dogs friendly beach?
Seasonal dog ban. Easter day to 1st October
Well equipped, pleasant cafe located in the car park
Godrevy is National Trust Property as is the ample car parking.