St Ives is a captivating Cornish town built around a small crescent. Colourful fishing boats bob in the bay and fishermen unload their catches onto the quay. Tate St Ives overlooks Porthmeor Beach and a multitude of galleries display art and artisan crafts. Read about what to see and do in my guide to St Ives,Cornwall
ST IVES: beach map. 'St Ives is virtually surrounded by sandy beaches. This photo was taken towards the high tide and when the tide is out there is much, much more sand with the harbour becoming virtually empty of water. You can also see that this photo was taken in the height of summer with the beaches busy. Winter is a different story and it is possible to have the whole beach to yourself at times.' ✫ღ⊰n
One of Cornwall's oldest and most famous Inns, favourite haunt of locals, fishermen, artists and tourists all year round. Believed to date from about 1312 A.D., the Sloop Inn is situated right on the harbour front at St Ives with only a cobbled forecourt and road separating it from the sea. All of the beaches, shops and art galleries, including the Tate Gallery, are within easy walking distance. The Sloop Inn, with its low open beamed ceilings and slate floors in the bars, has retained…
England - Cornwall - St. Ives. is a harbor town and resort, on the North Cornish Coast. The colourful Mediterranean atmosphere, maze of cobbled streets and jumble of fishermens cottages blend with an eclectic selection of shops, galleries and studios around the picturesque, working harbor. Photo by The Lookout St. Ives.
St. Ives, Cornwall. Must go to Cornwall, both sides of my family originate there. According to google maps there is an intersection where the streets which bear the names of my fathers last name and my mothers maiden name meet! Neither are common last names, Tregear & Spargo #hipmunkBL