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All reviews ice cream low tide lots of shops cornish pasty plenty of places to eat watch the world lovely shops car park sea front food outlets walk around fish and chips pastries town centre art galleries deck chairs sunny day
The walk down to St Ives Harbour is quite steep although a mix of hill and stairs. It is felt quite keenly in the knees. On the way back we had to have a few ‘breathers’ having said this the views as you go down...More
St. Ives is blessed with one of the most Instagrammable settings ever - golden sands, blue and turquoise summer sea, picturesque town. But for that perfect shot of the town across the Harbour beach, or that peaceful moment, go out of season or early in...More
This beach is in the heart of town. It's a wonderful beach to sit on or close to, and to just enjoy the view across the harbour. It's location also means that everything is close at hand.
Being the harbour, there are no waves of...More
To reach this beach, the best option on a busy day is to park at the RFC for £6 for the entire day. Then you can either walk down (10 min downhill) or you can catch the bus which is £2 return for adults and...More
Packed with pleasure-seeking visitors in July, this remains a delightful place to be and to share and study the essential pleasures of a lovely, popular seaside town. There appears to be something for everyone - whether aquatic, gastronomic, retail, beach-bumming, beach-combing, fishing, kayaking, strolling -...More
During our visit to St Ives, we saw that this was a popular beach, particularly at low tide. The beach looks safe and is well protected. The greatest challenge might be finding a good strip of sand to stretch out on. Suggest that you don’t...More
beautiful Beach, hired 3 deckchairs, had fish & chips on the beach, attached by a seagull, but hid under our beach towels to eat the rest of it. we stayed on the beach until 5pm, glorious weather, we then walked up the hill to catch...More