Portreath, Cornwall

Portreath tide times



July 2024

Portreath 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 Portreath

If you're planning a visit to Portreath, 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!
  • Exploring the Beach – Portreath is located on the coast of Cornwall and boasts plenty of sandy, picturesque beaches to explore. Take a day to walk the coastline and enjoy the views.
  • Visiting Godrevy Lighthouse – Godrevy Lighthouse is a Grade II listed building on the north coast of Cornwall, near Portreath. It's a great spot for a picnic or just to take in the beauty of the rugged Cornish coast.
  • Exploring the Coastal Path – Cornwall has some of the most beautiful coastal paths in the country. Take a long walk from Portreath to St. Ives, and enjoy the stunning views along the way.
  • Enjoying the Local Cuisine – Cornwall is known for its high-quality seafood. Try some of the fresh catch from the local fish markets or sample some of the excellent local eateries.
  • Surfing the Waves – With its beautiful beaches and strong waves, Portreath is an ideal spot for surfing. Get a lesson with a local surf school and enjoy the waves.
  • Visiting the National Seal Sanctuary – The National Seal Sanctuary is located in Gweek, just a few miles away from Portreath. Get up close and personal with some of the area's marine wildlife.
  • Exploring the Mines – Cornwall has a long history of mining. Take a tour of some of the local mines, and learn about their fascinating history.
  • Visiting the Eden Project – The Eden Project is a unique attraction located near St. Austell. Explore the biodomes and learn about the environment and ecology of the area.
  • Exploring St. Ives – St. Ives is a popular tourist destination in Cornwall, located a short drive from Portreath. Enjoy its quaint cobbled streets and picturesque harbour.
  • Enjoying a Pasty – A Cornish pasty is a local delicacy, and they can be found in many of the local bakeries. Be sure to try one while you're in the area.
  • Watching the Seals – The Cornish coast is home to a large population of Seals. Take a boat trip to watch the seals in their natural habitat.
  • Exploring the Area by Bike – There are plenty of cycle trails around Portreath, with stunning views of the coastline. Take a bike ride and explore the area at your own pace.
  • Visiting the Minack Theatre – The Minack Theatre is an open-air theatre situated on the cliffs of Porthcurno. Catch a show or take a guided tour and learn about the theatre's fascinating history.
  • Enjoying the Nightlife – Portreath has a vibrant nightlife, with plenty of pubs, clubs and restaurants to enjoy. Take a night out to experience the local culture.
  • Visiting the Tate St. Ives – The Tate St. Ives is a modern art gallery located in St. Ives. View the latest exhibitions and explore the creative culture of the area.

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