NORTH COAST BEACHES
Discover 6 of Cornwall’s Stunning North Coast Beaches on this recommended Go eBike cycle trail. Including Gwithian, Porthtowan and St Agnes.
Starting at Gwithian Beach, Cornwall’s famous 3 miles of golden sands. The moderate graded 30-mile round trip will take you along a stretch of Cornwall’s north coast. The route will take you through a protected area of natural beauty, which is one of Cornwall’s world heritage sites. Finishing at the thriving fishing village of St Agnes, where you can enjoy refreshments at the Driftwood Spars.
On the way back enjoy the relaxing downhill ride into Chapel Porth, where you can taste the famous ‘Hedgehog Ice cream’. When you’re ready to set-off rest assured your eBike will make light work of the steep hills, whilst you enjoy the Atlantic views.
Things to See
Cornwall's longest beach, 3 miles of unbroken golden sands, very popular with surfers.
Built in 1958, inspiration behind the Virginia Woolfe novel 'The Lighthouse'.
A sandy with shingle beach, popular with families and for surfing.
A Blue Flag beach that sits at the foot of high cliffs on the north coast of Cornwall.
Chapel Porth Beach
A hidden sandy beach nestled between two headlands. Excellent facilities including cafes and lifeguards.
St Agnes Beach
A lovely sandy beach backed with tall granite cliffs. Very popular locations to watch surfing during stormy conditions.