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The parish of Gwithian (Cornish: Sen Goedhyan) is situated in the Deanery and Hundred of Penwith. It
is bounded on the north by the sea and the parish of Camborne, on the east by the parishes of Camborne and Gwinear, on the south by Phillack, and on the west by St Ives Bay.
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Gwithian is a village in the parish of Gwinear-Gwithian, located in Cornwall, UK. It is located to the east side of St Ives Bay. The church and relics of St Gwithian or Gocianus, built in 490, were uncovered from the beach and dunes during the early part of the last century, but were then allowed to be reclaimed by the shifting sands.
Gwithian Towans is a unique area of natural beauty with three and a half miles of sandy beaches, ideal
for family holidays, walking, touring Cornwall, Surfing and Watersports.
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