Mother Ivey's Bay
Mother Ivey’s Bay is a stunningly beautiful and secluded spot on the north coast of Cornwall. Located between Harlyn Bay, 2.5km to the east, and Booby's Bay, 3km to the west, it's a peaceful and picturesque spot that's perfect for those seeking a quieter beach experience. The beach is sheltered by a headland, which makes it a great spot for paddling and sunbathing. The sand is fine and golden, and there are plenty of rock pools to explore at low tide.
The east side of the beach is a private beach owned by the nearby Mother Ivey's Bay Holiday Park. The west side of the beach is accessible to the public and is a popular spot for sunbathing, beach games and exploring the rock pools at low tide.
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Harlyn Bay, just a short distance away, approximately 2.5km to the east, is a popular beach with surfers, swimmers and bodyboarders. With a wide expanse of golden sand and a stream running down the beach, it is also a great coastal spot for families.
Booby's Bay, located 3km to the west of Mother Ivey's Bay, is a small, secluded cove that's only accessible by foot. This beach is a popular spot for surfers and walkers who want to escape the crowds.
As you can see, Mother Ivey's Bay beach is a hidden gem that's well worth a visit if you're looking for a peaceful and secluded spot on the Cornish coast.