Porthmeor Beach Guide
Porthmeor Beach in Cornwall, on the northside of St Ives, is a hugely popular surfing spot and sunning destination. Located to the north west side of the Porthgwidden peninsula lies this widespread spacious and busy beach.
The beach huts here are similar to the ones on the nearby Porthgwidden Beach. Modern, multi level and all joined. They provide quick and easy access to the water's edge and undisturbed views of the Atlantic. Situated next to the beach huts is Porthmeor Beach’s highly rated restaurant overlooking the sea.
The soft sand is absolutely sublime here, while the waves seem to roll in endlessly as the sun glistens on the water.
An easy stroll up from the beach huts, past the restaurant, you’ll arrive at the famous Tate Gallery in St Ives, which sits overlooking the beach and ocean.
There is a surf school and a kitesurfing school, while the South West Coast Path continues along the coastline here for those keen to experience this famous walk. Comfortably located close to all St Ives has to experience, endless famous art galleries, cobbled streets to traverse, adorable boutiques and cosy pubs to explore, this beach hut location is family friendly as well. Locals and visitors love this location as much as we do!
Highly recommended and with so much on offer to do and see, these beach huts are definitely one to book now.