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All reviews ice cream lots of shops low tide cornish pasty fishing boats plenty of places to eat pastry watch the world lovely place quaint shops park and ride food outlets sea gulls a nightmare walk around fish and chips town centre
Worth the drive to this part of the world. Busy, winding roads lead to the initial gob smacking view of the bay.
Can be difficult finding a parking spot in busy times, but make the effort and walk the narrow streets down to the harbour....More
Harbour Beach is pretty and famous from numerous paintings, but not dog friendly. Only one beach in St Ives is, and it is treacherous and rocky to get down to it. Definitely recommend getting the train in rather than trying to park in St Ives
Beautiful area to sit and watch the world passby. stunning views for catching some amazing photos. Watch the sunrise and go down, watch the moon rise over the hills and just sit their like a pom-pom on top of a hat. loads of excellent restaurants...More
Great place to spend a few hours wandering around this pretty harbour town with good selection of individual shops, art shops and places to eat. Very steep walk back to the car park, bus ride back to car park recommended.
TripAdvisor lists this attraction as a "beach". It is not. It is a harbour. And that is a big difference unless you want to lie in the muddy sand between all the boats moored here are low tide.
St Ives is an ancient fishing town,...More
A very picturesque town with beautiful beaches and walks. Interesting shops, not your usual run of the mill stuff. Many pasty shops all claiming to be champions of one contest or another. We parked at leisure center and used frequent bus service and allowed 4...More