Hayle in Cornwall UK

When the worries of the world are eating at your heart and your mind, you immediately look for a haven from the troubles you face. Whatever your haven is, Hayle is what it should be. The beauty of this quaint village is without parallel, a fact that many people agree with wholeheartedly. Your next holiday vacation, be sure to make your destination Hayle.

On the north coast of Cornwall, with its beautiful beaches, magnificent wildlife and own special charm, flourishes the tiny town of Hayle...

Golden Sands
The happy town of Hayle takes justifiable pride in its “three-miles of soft golden sand”. The beach is a beauty at Hayle, and the water and wind make it perfect for a healthy dose of fun. You can surf on Hayle's river-mouth waves, and even windsurf. The beach is always breezy, and you can delight yourself by flying large colourful kites in the playful winds.

Hiking in Hayle
Set off on the Hayle Walking Trail and plenty of surprises await you. The trail begins in the charming town, and leads up to the Hayle Harbour. En route youll pass the interesting sand-dunes - the Hayle Towans.
As you walk through Hayle town, you will see many appealing stone cottages, lovely little ponds and some endearing shops selling curious knick-knacks.
As the path snakes out of Hayle, the beauty of the local landscape comes home to you. Youll see squirrels and wild rabbits scampering around the mushrooms and bewitching wild flowers. Honeysuckles, Valerians, Red Campions, Purple Orchids, Poppies and Evening Primroses, are few of the vivid and striking flowers that blossom in Hayle. And dont be surprised if the scent of strong garlic hits your senses – wild garlic grows in abundance in this region!
And the harbour itself is a wonderful spot. Its a perfect haven for Hayles numerous winged visitors. And maybe youll even see a friendly seal popping out of the waters to say “Hello”!

Godvey Lighthouse
In 1850, the Godvey Lighthouse was built on the small island, just off the beach of Hayle. It was built to protect the stone-and-metal trading ships which came to Hayle, from the dangerous reef – The Stones. Take a boat-ride to the wee island, and walk up its stone tower. The vista you witness from there will simply take your breath away! And you'll see why this secluded islet inspired Virgina Woolfe to write her novel – To the Lighthouse.

Paradise Park
The temperate climes of Hayle make it a perfect roosting nest for hundreds of migratory birds. Paradise Park near Hayle is a wonderful wildlife sanctuary, and is home to rare peregrines. It has many special projects to preserve and protect these chirping guests. Mute Swans, Spoonbills, Kingfishers, Little Egrets, Herring Gills, Chaffinches, Wagtails, Blackbirds, Bald Eagles, Starlings, Tree Creepers and Oyster Catchers are few of the feathered holidaymakers who flock to Hayle.

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