Godrevy Lighthouse Boat Trip, St Ives
If you’ve been to Seal Island or are just fascinated by our famous local landmark then of the most popular things do whilst in St Ives, Cornwall, then the Godrevy Lighthouse boat trip, will be perfect for you.
Godrevy Lighthouse is thought to be the inspiration for Virginia Woolf’s “To the Lighthouse”. The Lighthouse stands 26 meters high and is one of the coast’s most famous landmarks.
The St Ives Boats Easterly trip across the bay in the direction of Newquay offers views of Porthminster and Carbis Bay beaches before passing the long, sandy shores of Hayle Towans towards Gwithian and Godrevy.
The Lighthouse was built in the late 1850’s and the island hosts a colony of Atlantic grey seals who haul up on the beach at Godrevy. Learn about the fascinating history as we explore during our approximate 15-minute stay.
Godrevy Lighthouse Boat Trips
- The Godrevy Lighthouse trip is suitable for all ages
- The Trip lasts one hour
- £20 for adults,
- £15 for under 12s
- Babies under 12 months go free. You don`t need to book them in, just bring them along
- Dog friendly boat trip and go free!
- We are the only accredited wildlife safe operator (WISe Scheme) in St Ives Bay.and our crew features a BDMLR marine mammal medic who specialises in the rescue of dolphins, whales and seals.