We visited on a very cold March day, but it did not spoil the walk. We parked up on top of the headland in a small car park thus avoiding the car park charges of the National Trust car park (normally I would not begrudge paying because I believe in supporting the work they do in the countryside but I knew we would not get the full benefit from the charges on such a cold day) The walk was well marked and easy under foot with no challenging climbs. The coastal views were spectacular and the added bonus was the largest seal colony I have ever seen beached in an remote inlet on the headland. The car park referred to is on the B3301. Coming from the Hayle direction, pass the brown sign Godrevy and carry on up the hill for about 3/4 mile and the car park is on the left hand side. If you pass Hells' Mouth cafe, you've gone too far.
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