The picturesque fishing harbour and seaside town of St Ives is a real gem on the Cornish coastline. With distinctive cobbled streets—lined with independent shops, traditional eateries, and fisherman’s cottages—as well as an historic harbour and golden beaches nearby, you will find it a lovely place to explore.
June 24, 2019
The artist village of St. Ives lies very contemplatively right on the coast of southern England. In addition to numerous studios and a small offshoot of the "Tate Gallery", you can also stroll wonderfully and enjoy Cornish specialties in. In addition to the Coop supermarket you will find around Chapel Street all the important addresses: post office, tourist office, toilets and many souvenir shops. On Wharf Road, the street that frames the entire harbor, there are plenty of restaurants to dine in. From traditional pubs to take-aways and cute cafes, you can dine at reasonable prices almost everywhere.
MY TIP: THE ST. IVES BAKERY
1 Fore Street, St Ives
St. Ives / En
March 30, 2017
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