Godrevy Head, Island and beach sit on the eastern fringes of St Ives Bay in West Cornwall. The small island is home to Godrevy Lighthouse which was built in the late 1850's.
To the eastern site of Godrevy head is a small inlet and beach which, due to it's popularity with the local seal population, we have nicknamed as 'seal cove'.
To the west of Godrevy Head is 3 miles of spectacular sandy sandy beach, popular with surfers, windsurfers and fliers of enormous kites.
Godrevy has to be one of favourite spots in Cornwall. The views and sunsets are spectacular. We can't resist visiting when in the area, even on a cold and blustery day.