The 7 Best Things to do in Gwithian, England

May 10, 2022 Venice Greaves

Discover the best top things to do in Gwithian, United Kingdom including Global Boarders Surf Co. Cornwall, Godrevy, Elevate Kite School, Godrevy Point, Go eBike Hire, Gwithian and Upton Towans Circular Walk, St Gothian Sands.

1. Global Boarders Surf Co. Cornwall

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5.0 based on 125 reviews

Global Boarders Surf Co. Cornwall

Global Boarders Surf Co Cornwall offer a wide range of daily surf lessons at our main base on the north coast at Gwithian Towans beach near Hayle, and at our secondary location on the south coast, Praa Sands beach. We can also offer hire equipment at Praa Sands Monday - Thursday throughout the summer holidays from our mobile unit, and also at Gwithian year round through our good friends at Sunset Surf Cafe.

2. Godrevy

B3301, Gwithian TR27 5ED England +44 1872 552412 [email protected] http://www.nationaltrust.org.uk/godrevy/
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Godrevy

Reviewed By andrewcY347WA - Tingewick, United Kingdom

beautiful spot an unexpected delight. We came for the surf lesson even though it was a drive from St Ives where we were staying, and loved it so much we came back the next day, hired more boards and did it all again... really lovely beach, great waves!

3. Elevate Kite School

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Elevate Kite School

Elevate provides lessons in Kitesurfing and Powerkiting. We are based at Sunset Surf Cafe in Gwithian, Cornwall.

4. Godrevy Point

Gwithian England
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Godrevy Point

Reviewed By markgjames - Winsford, United Kingdom

This corner of St Ives bay is both very beautiful and very lively, the beach had great surf and the rock pools and coastal path were super to look around, we saw so many seals and pups too! National trust car park which for me made it free as being a member of the NT makes so much sense of you get out and about a fair bit - toilets were very busy and there were a couple of ice cream vans and cafes for snacks and drinks

5. Go eBike Hire

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Go eBike Hire

Go eBike Hire is located at the northern tip of St Ives Bay. The famous 3-mile beach of Gwithian is the perfect beginning for your eBike adventure of Cornwall. Discover Cornwall by land, go where cars can’t and explore places even the locals don’t know about. Each eBike is fitted with a phone mount, simply load up our ‘Favourite Routes’ and off you go.

6. Gwithian and Upton Towans Circular Walk

Gwithian England
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Gwithian and Upton Towans Circular Walk

A circular walk around the nature reserve in the sand dunes that was once the National Explosives Works. The blast enclosures of many of the buildings can still be seen, remnants of some of the factories and reservoir structures on the top of some of the dunes. 2.4 miles. Steepness: easy-moderate.

7. St Gothian Sands

Gwithian England
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St Gothian Sands

Reviewed By 11LindaD11 - Camborne, United Kingdom

I am a Godrevy fan and have been all my life. So this week we decided to take a walk around the pond to view the bird life. Even though I live local and have been coming to Godrevy for over 60 years, this is new territory for me. It all depends on which beach the parents, the grand parents, the great grand parents etc. etc. favoured that leads to which beach you become attached to and visit. I really enjoyed the walk around the pond perimeter, sensibly the fence is well back from the water to give the wildlife peace. In all the walk from the car park in Godrevy, by the NT cafe, all around the pond is just about a mile. It’s also good to walk along the Red River bank to get to the beach behind the sand bank. I remember this area from my youth as being a sand dredging area and definitely a no go area for the general public. How things have changed. Free to enjoy.

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