Padstow, Cornwall

Padstow tide times



June 2024

Padstow tide times

Date Low tides High tides
Tue25
02:311.2m
14:491.3m
08:266.9m
20:487.1m
Wed26
03:191.2m
15:361.4m
09:146.8m
21:397.0m
Thu27
04:101.3m
16:271.6m
10:056.6m
22:316.9m
Fri28
05:041.5m
17:241.8m
11:006.4m
23:296.7m
Sat29
06:021.7m
18:272.0m
11:596.3m
Sun30
07:071.9m
19:362.1m
00:306.5m
13:036.2m


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July 2024

Padstow tide times

Date Low tides High tides
Mon01
08:122.0m
20:432.1m
01:366.4m
14:096.2m


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Things to see and do near Padstow

If you're planning a visit to Padstow, 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.
  • Beach House Art - Check out the Beach House Blog for guides on pressing seaweed and more!
  • Walking along the Camel Estuary – Padstow is home to the Camel Estuary, a stunning part of the Cornish coast that is perfect for a leisurely walk. Take in the views of the harbour, the estuary and the sand dunes.
  • Exploring Padstow Harbour – Take a stroll around the pretty harbour in Padstow and admire the boats, the architecture and the beautiful Cornish scenery.
  • Learning about Padstow History – Take a tour of the Padstow Museum and learn about the rich maritime and farming history of the area.
  • Relaxing at the Beach – Padstow is home to many unspoilt beaches and coves, perfect for a relaxing day out.
  • Visiting the Camel Valley Vineyard – Take a tour of the Camel Valley Vineyard, located just outside of Padstow, and sample some of the delicious local wines.
  • Birdwatching – Padstow is a popular spot for birdwatchers, with a wide range of species to be spotted in the area.
  • Visiting the Camel Trail – Take a walk or cycle along the Camel Trail, a stunning 18-mile route running along the estuary from Padstow to Bodmin.
  • Enjoying a Pasty – No visit to Padstow is complete without sampling the local pasty, a famous Cornish delicacy.
  • Exploring St. Petroc's Church – St. Petroc's Church is an 11th century church in Padstow, and is well worth a visit.
  • Shopping in the Town Centre – Take a stroll around Padstow's town centre and browse the range of independent shops and boutiques.
  • Taking in the Views from Prideaux Place – Take a trip to Prideaux Place, a stunning Elizabethan manor house located just outside of Padstow. The views from the manicured gardens are spectacular.
  • Exploring the Padstow Sealife Centre – Visit the Padstow Sealife Centre, home to a variety of sea creatures, from seals to seahorses.
  • Exploring the Local Wildlife – Padstow is home to a variety of wildlife, from dolphins to sea birds and seals. Take a walk along the estuary and see what you can spot.
  • Visiting the National Lobster Hatchery – Take a trip to the National Lobster Hatchery in Padstow and learn about the conservation efforts to protect the endangered species.
  • Participating in Watersports – Padstow is a great spot for watersports, with plenty of opportunities to try your hand at sailing, kayaking and windsurfing.

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