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All reviews vantage point walk up st nicholas chapel porthmeor beach coastguard station tiny chapel lookout house worth the short walk historic sites flying kites island car park fab views worth the climb pleasant stroll patron saint open to the public lovely spot
As one of the stand out points in St Ives, this is a must visit. The views across St Ives and especially Porthmeor Beach are wonderful and you could easily pass away a huge amount of time wandering around the island or sitting by the...More
After exhaustive day of surfing, boarding, swimming, playing beach games and that kinda activities, I fould that sitting idly here in twilight time is rewarding. On one side, the sunset approaches. On the other side, people (and their dogs) are relaxing on the lawn.
Well worth the short walk up here to check out the rebuilt chapel and see the amazing views of St Ives and the sea. Some grassy areas to relax if you need to but there are no refreshment options there.
The Island separates Porthmeor beach and Porthgwiden beach and is a nice part of St Ives which is grassed and has many wild flowers. We visited early evening from the Island car park and followed the path around the Island.
There are a number of...More
There are two interesting historic sites on this island, the Coastguard Lookout House and the St Nicholas Chapel.
We had a slow walk around the Island, which was originally called ‘Pendinas’ meaning ‘fortified headland’. It is not really an island as such but a small,...More
This lovely little chapel that is still used today for weddings is a fantastic vantage point you can looks out over Porthmeor beach and watch the surfers do there thing turn 180 degrees and you look down at st ives itself then across at Carbis...More