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Hayle is a small but vibrant town located in the county of Cornwall, England. The area covers approximately 8 square miles and it's known for its rich history, stunning landscapes, and welcoming community.

Hayle played an integral role during the Industrial Revolution as it was home to significant copper and tin mining activities. Today, remnants from this era can be seen at the UNESCO World Heritage Site that comprises part of the town.

The layout of Hayle includes three miles of golden sandy beaches which are perfect for surfing or sunbathing; backed by dunes forming a complex habitat rich in flora and fauna called "Towans". It also boasts estuaries teeming with wildlife making it an excellent spot for birdwatching.

Hayle’s charming harbour area has undergone regeneration over recent years becoming a bustling hub filled with shops, cafes and restaurants offering local Cornish cuisine. The South Quay hosts regular markets where vendors sell everything from fresh food to handmade crafts creating an authentic sense of Cornish life.

Hayle offers: natural beauty spots like Phillack Towans or Godrevy Lighthouse; watersports including kayaking on Copperhouse Pool; historic tours around sites such as Paradise Park Wildlife Sanctuary which houses rare birds species native to Cornwall region among other attractions.