St Ives is a charming seaside town located in the county of Cornwall, on the Southwestern coast of England. The area is renowned for its outstanding natural beauty, arts scene and rich history.
The town boasts several beautiful beaches such as Porthmeor Beach which is particularly popular among surfers due to regular Atlantic swells; Porthgwidden beach that offers calm waters ideal for families; Harbour beach where you can spot fishing boats coming in with their daily catch; and Porthminster beach known for its golden sands and clear turquoise water.
St Ives has a mild climate due to warm Gulf Stream currents making it an attractive destination all year round. The landscape surrounding the town features rugged coastal paths, rolling countryside and spectacular vistas over the sparkling blue ocean.
St.Ives has long been associated with artists attracted by unique quality of light here resulting into establishment contemporary art venues like Tate Gallery & Barbara Hepworth Museum & Sculpture Garden honouring works well-known British sculptor who lived locally.
Historically significant buildings include Sloop Inn probably one oldest surviving pubs country dating back around early-14th-century also Parish Church dedicated patron saint Andrew displaying some finest stained-glass windows region medieval period onwards presenting intriguing insight local ecclesiastical history.