With three miles of golden
sandy beach and hundreds of acres of open dune land, St Ives
Bay is one of the most magnificent holiday destinations in the
whole of the UK.
The beach is a public beach and does
not belong to the Holiday Park. There is an RNLI lifeguard
service and station on the beach in front of the Park. The
lifeguards operate from 10am to 6pm every day between Whit
weekend and early September. Lifeguards and flags must be
obeyed at all times.
Access to the beach from the Park
is down the dunes via a sandy path and 100 steps or just
down a number of sandy pathways. Beach access and the beach
are not suited to buggies and wheel chairs. We can guide you
to beaches with better access. Our beach car park is free to
our guests. There are no cliffs on our section of the beach.