The town is proud of its three miles old golden sands which attract many thousands of visitors every year. The Towans, Cornish for sand dunes, stand proud for all to see and are a rich source of wildlife and offer enjoyable coastal walks. There is a lighthouse at Godrevy Point where marvellous cliff walks can take you all the way to Hellís Mouth.
Picturesque village on the River Hayle, navigable in the 16th Century up to the ancient bridge where the 14th Century church stands. Medieval lantern-head cross in the village square.
Charming village at the estuary of the Hayle river with long stretches of sand and dunes, linking with Carbis Bay to which there are lovely walks. The estuary itself is an important bird-watching site.
Once the principal market and port for the area. Its 15th Century church at the edge of the dunes mark its history as a religious centre. The West Cornwall Golf Club is also situated on the dunes there.
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