This open stretch of cliff-lined sand sits just to the south of Godrevy and will generally be smaller. The currents here sculpt consistently good banks with long lefts and rights that can hold a decent size. A popular spot that breaks through the tides until near high, when it bounces off the rocky headland and cliffs, making the waves backwashy and access tricky. There are miles of golden sands laid out to the south with plenty of room to spread out - though these breaks get progressively smaller due to the headland at St Ives blocking the swell. Avoid the sketchy cliff scramble and take the steps by the lifeguard hut. Large car park overlooks the break.