Discover Hayle’s famous town, nature reserve and blue flag beaches on this recommended Go eBike cycle trail.
There is no better way to experience Hayle and the surrounding area than on an eBike. This mellow 18-mile loop takes you through the quaint village of Gwithian avoiding busy roads and traffic though to your first stop at Trevaskis Farm. You can pick your own delicious strawberries or visit their local farm shop for the best produce around.
The route then takes your through the traditional Cornish villages of Gwinear and Angarrack arriving back in Hayle Town just in time to enjoy a cold ice cream from Mr B’s. Continue your ride along the historic King Georges Walk, which run next to the calm waters of Hayle Estuary. With the road turning into sand stop at Lula’s restaurant for refreshment and why not take a dip in the ocean before returning to Gwithian.
Things to See
Hayle Estuary Nature Reserve
The most south westerly estuary in the UK.
King Georges Walk
Picturesque walk around Hayle’s Copperhouse pool.
Fresh fruit and veg, farm park, butchery, market shop, deli and fishmonger.
Part of St Ives Bay’s famous ‘3 Mile Beach’, lifeguard cover May – September.
North Quay Harbour
Bustling riverside quarter, view across Hayle estuary.
Traditional village know for it’s Christams lights, viaduct and local pub.