St Ives only dog friendly beach all year round, perfect for giving your four legged friend some exercise during the summer.More Details
Tropical looking beach located on the approach to St Ives with white sand and lush greenery.More Details
The main beach in St Ives, right in the heart of the town framed by shops, art galleries and restaurants.More Details
The largest of St Ives beaches, located on the North side of the town, overlooked by the famous Tate gallery. Popular with surfers.More Details
Porthminster is a great family beach located just a few steps from St Ives railway station at the entrance to the town.More Details
Porthgwidden beach is a delightful sheltered beach right in the heart of St Ives with beautiful views across St Ives bay.More Details
The Carbis Bay Hotel & Spa is a gorgeous coastal retreat, close to the picturesque town of St Ives, with its very own blue flag beach on the doorstep. Heaven!
Overlooking the Celtic Sea and St Ives Bay, Pedn-Olva Hotel offers elegant rooms with magnificent views. With an outdoor swimming pool and spacious terrace, there is also a popular restaurant.View the best prices
A luxury Family Resort, set in 72 acres with stunning panoramic views of St Ives Bay.
In a breathtaking location by the sea, the 46 bedroom St Ives Harbour Hotel & Spa enjoys stunning views across Porthminster Bay.View the best prices
Visit the workplace and home of Barbara Hepworth, one of Britain’s most important 20th Century artists who worked and lived in St Ives.
Showcasing the best british and international contemporary art, the iconic Tate St Ives overlooks Porthmeor beach.
Regarded as one of the best places to learn to surf in Cornwall, located right in the heart of St Ives on Porthmeor beach.
Possibly the most picturesque train line in the UK, with spectacular views of St Ives bay and its beaches along the way.
One of the most respected and influential potteries in the world. Throwing lessons and workshops available to book.
Lovely old museum near Bamaluz beach documenting the history of St Ives.
Each September the town of St Ives celebrates arts of all genres with its annual September Festival. Live music, theatre, comedy, poetry and more.
A great webcam that overlooks the gorgeous Carbis Bay beach.View Webcam
High quality panning webcam of Porthminster beach in St Ives.View Webcam
Beautiful live high quality webcam overlooking St Ives harbour beach.View Webcam
HD panning webcam overlooking the beautiful Porthmeor beach in St IvesView Webcam
Live HD webcam of the beautiful Porthgwidden beach in St Ives.View Webcam
Leave the M5 just after Exeter at Junction 31, joining the A30. From here, it will take approximately 2 hours to get to St Ives.
The St Ives branch line connects to the main line from St Erth Station. Journey is approximately 15 minutes with a 5 minute stroll into town.
Newquay Airport is approximately 50 minutes drive from St Ives with Flybe operating flights. Car hire is available from Newquay Airport.
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