Godrevy, Cornwall

Godrevy tide times



July 2024

Godrevy tide times

Date Low tides High tides
Sat13
04:472.1m
17:002.2m
10:425.2m
23:015.3m
Sun14
05:322.3m
17:522.5m
11:305.0m
23:535.1m
Mon15
06:312.5m
19:002.6m
12:294.9m
Tue16
07:402.6m
20:122.6m
00:565.0m
13:384.9m
Wed17
08:492.5m
21:192.4m
02:075.0m
14:465.1m
Thu18
09:502.2m
22:182.1m
03:135.2m
15:465.4m
Fri19
10:421.9m
23:071.7m
04:105.4m
16:365.7m


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Things to see and do near Godrevy

If you're planning a visit to Godrevy, you'll find that there are plenty of things to see and do in the surrounding area. Here are just a few ideas to help you make the most of your trip.

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  • Cornish Art - Taking inspiration from the Cornish coast, from the wild and untamed to the quiet and calm.
  • The Great Cornish Outdoors - Discover the best Cornwall has to offer, from the popular to the more remote hidden gems.
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  • Kitesurfing – With its wide sandy beaches and strong winds, Godrevy is a popular destination for kitesurfing. Visitors can rent gear and take lessons at the nearby kitesurfing school.
  • Surfing – The beach at Godrevy is a great spot for surfing, with waves that are suitable for both beginners and experienced surfers. Lessons and equipment rental are available at the local surf school.
  • Walk the Coastal Path – The South West Coast Path is a 630-mile walking trail that passes through Godrevy. Visitors can take a leisurely stroll along the scenic route, or tackle one of the more challenging sections.
  • Enjoy the Beach – Godrevy has a long stretch of golden sand, making it a great spot for swimming, sunbathing, and beach games. Visitors can also take part in beach sports such as volleyball and frisbee.
  • Visit the Nature Reserve – The Godrevy Head Nature Reserve is located at the tip of the headland and is home to a variety of seabirds, seals, and other wildlife. It's a great spot for bird watching and nature photography.
  • Visit the Cave – The Gull Cave is a small cave located near Godrevy that is home to a variety of seabirds, including the rare black guillemot. Visitors can take a boat tour to the cave to get a closer look at the birds.
  • Wander Around St Ives – Just a few miles away from Godrevy is the bustling fishing port of St Ives, which is home to a variety of shops, restaurants, and galleries. Visitors can wander around the narrow streets and enjoy the atmosphere of this charming Cornish town.
  • Take a Tour – There are several tour companies in the area that offer guided tours of the local attractions, including the Godrevy Lighthouse and the nearby villages.
  • Go Kayaking – Kayaking is a popular activity in the area, with several companies offering guided tours and rentals. Visitors can explore the coastline from the sea, or take a leisurely paddle around the nearby islands.
  • Sample the Local Cuisine – Cornwall is home to a variety of local delicacies, from pasties to fish and chips. Visitors can sample the local cuisine at one of the many seafood restaurants in the area.

There are many things to see and do near Godrevy. Whether you're interested in history, nature, or outdoor activities, you'll find plenty of ways to enjoy your time in the area!