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St Ives Cornwall

Looking Towards Carbis Bay - St Ives Cornwall photos
Looking Towards Carbis Bay
Blue Christmas Tree - St Ives Cornwall photos
Blue Christmas Tree
Christmas at St Ives - St Ives Cornwall photos
Christmas at St Ives
Panoramic StIves - St Ives Cornwall photos
Panoramic StIves
Artist Inspiration - St Ives Cornwall photos
Artist Inspiration
Blue View - St Ives Cornwall photos
Blue View
View of the Town - St Ives Cornwall photos
View of the Town
Fishing Village - St Ives Cornwall photos
Fishing Village
Safe Bathing - St Ives Cornwall photos
Safe Bathing
Silken Sand - St Ives Cornwall photos
Silken Sand
Panoramic St Ives - St Ives Cornwall photos
Panoramic St Ives
Beautiful Sea - St Ives Cornwall photos
Beautiful Sea
 Golden Sand - St Ives Cornwall photos
Golden Sand
Evening on the Beach - St Ives Cornwall photos
Evening on the Beach
Looking Towards St Ives - St Ives Cornwall photos
Looking Towards St Ives
Shinning Light - St Ives Cornwall photos
Shinning Light
Harbour View - St Ives Cornwall photos
Harbour View
Orange Boat - St Ives Cornwall photos
Orange Boat
Mooring Ropes - St Ives Cornwall photos
Mooring Ropes
St Ives Harbour Beach - St Ives Cornwall photos
St Ives Harbour Beach

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About St Ives Cornwall.

Located in the west of Cornwall, St Ives is a centuries old fishing town. Now more famous as a destination for tourists, St Ives is a great place to visit.
With its four main beaches Porthmeor, Porthgwidden, Porthminster and The Harbour Beach you are guaranteed a spot to soak up some sun or take a dip. When you are done on the beach just head into the town where you will find the small cobbled streets easy to while away a few hours shopping or looking in the many art galleries.

Tate gallery St Ives was opened to the public in 1993 and is a must for art lovers, The Barbara Hepworth Museum and Sculpture Garden is also part of Tate St Ives and is well worth a visit for people who enjoy sculpture.

Many famous people have lived in St. Ives these include; Whistler, Turner, Henry Moore, Dame Barbara Hepworth, Virginia Woolf and Bernard Leach to name but a few.

St Ives also make a great base to explore the surrounding area including Penzance, and the historic mining area of St Just. Our personal recommendations include Botallack (near Pendeen), Cot Valley (near St Just), Geevor Tin mining museum, Marazion and Penzance. Beach lovers will also want to check out Sennen Cove.

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