The most beautiful beach, stressing across the coast opposite St Ives. Huge dunes and the most incredible light. A must visit.
Mini City Guides: Cornwall
S W Coast Path, Hayle TR27, UKOpen
Bodinnick - Fowey, Fowey, United KingdomOpen
Niles Bakery, Fowey
Niles Bakery, Fore Street, Fowey, United KingdomOpen
Kittows of Fowey
1-3 South Street, Fowey, Cornwall PL23 1AR, United KingdomOpen
Sam's Restaurant, Fore Street, Fowey, United KingdomOpen
Fowey, United KingdomOpen
St Eval Candle Company
St Eval Candle Co Ltd, Wadebridge, United KingdomOpen
Sam’s on the Beach
Sams On The Beach, Polkerris, United KingdomOpen
Enjoy Clothing, Pydar Street, Truro, United KingdomOpen
The Smock Shop
The Smock Shop, The Wharf, Saint Ives, United KingdomOpen
Nails by Olivia
Nails By Olivia, Saint Austell Road, Saint Blazey Gate, Par, United KingdomOpen
Richard’s Fruit, Veg and Fish
1 Harbour Road, Par, Cornwall PL24, UKOpen
Porthminster Beach Cafe, Saint Ives, Cornwall TR26 2EB, United KingdomOpen
Tate Gallery – St Ives
Porthmeor Hill, Saint Ives, United KingdomOpen
Hepworth Sculpture Gallery
Barnoon Hill, St. Ives, Cornwall TR26 1AD, United KingdomOpen
Carbis Bay, Cornwall, United KingdomOpen
This ferry takes cars and people on foot between the two sides of Fowey Harbour (Fowey and Bodinnick). It gives you a wonderful view and is well worth a trip.
Although if in a car make sure you hand-break works, the Bodinnick side as a major hill.
Classic yums. Grab a Pasty or just an iced bun.
A great local butcher.
This lovely town is well worth a visit whether with or without sails. There are great places to eat, shop and the town itself is lovely to wander. In the summer the regatta is such fun and the Red Arrows visit is the highlight.
Visit their factory shop.
Try the pizza on this beach spot.
I have found treasures in this off the beat vintage store.
The original fisherman’s smock top shop.
The best gel or acrylic nails I have ever had.
Fresh fish and produce with a smile.
This beach front casual restaurant is the perfect way to enjoy the Carbis Bay, St Ives views. I love the food too which is always fresh and hits the spot.
A modern art haven in this small town. Worth the trip and spiral walk around. Some lovely post war works.
A lovely look into this fabulous artist’s life and work.
The beautiful white sand bay is worth a trip, take the train across to St Ives for view over the bay or drive and walk down the little lane that leads out to the Porthminster Cafe, even if you don’t have a reservation pick up snacks from their takeaway window.