The Most Beautiful Bays Club is a prestigious, international association which has recognised and listed St Ives Bay as one of the most beautiful bays in the world.
The attributes demanded by this association, include having outstanding natural beauty, having interesting wildlife and flora and to be known and appreciated at local and national levels. St Ives Bay, was found to have all these attributes, One of only 32 bays listed in the world and one of only 2 in the UK, the other being Mounts Bay, also in Cornwall.
St Ives Bay encompasses Godrevy Head in the East to St Ives in the West and incorporates Rocky Headlands, vast sandy beaches backed by sand dunes, an estuary managed by the RSPB famous for rare migrant birds, St Ives Harbour and the gorgeous sandy holiday beaches of St Ives.
Of course those that are lucky enough to live in St Ives have long known that St Ives Bay has a unique and special quality and feel privileged that it is also enjoyed and appreciated by the annual influx of visitors.
What better way to enjoy all this beauty than on a boat, skippered by local men with local knowledge, keen to show off the best that Cornwall has to offer.
St Ives Boats, offer boat trips from the harbour at St Ives, whether it be seal watching at Seal Island, trips across the bay to the famous Godrevy Lighthouse and Hell’s Mouth, a couple of hours mackerel fishing, four hours wreck fishing, bird watching or private charters to do as you wish.
For more information about St Ives Cornwall see allaboutcornwall.com which has details about accommodation in St Ives, St Ives beaches and fabulous places to eat.
Phone 0777 300 8000 for information about, or booking, our boat trips in St Ives.