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Cliffs and Hell's Mouth

Cliffs and Hell's Mouth

Follow this northern stretch of the coastal path as it meanders from Portreath hugging the edge of the cliffs, and on passed Hell's Mouth.

Hell's Mouth is the most famous of the cliffs, though one of many sheer drops to the sea along the north.

The path then passes by Godrevy Beach on its way to St Ives.

The coastal path which starts at Minehead in Devon loops round the north coast, then round the west and along the south coast of Cornwall and Devon until it meanders into Dorset, finally reaching it's end after 1000 km in Poole.


Further Reading on Wikipedia : South West Coast Path

Godrevy Beach

Godrevy Beach

The beach at Godrevy stretches for about 3 miles and even further when the tide is out and it connects to Gwithian beach.

At the northern end of the beach trails off into a rocky headland.

Just off shore at this point on a small island is a lighthouse.

Godrevy with itís beach exposed to Atlantic swells is popular with surfers.

The beach is managed by the National Trustand the coastal pathway passes along side the beach.


Further Reading on Wikipedia : Godrevy


Copyright Moving Postcards Aug 22 2016

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