About St Ives
St Ives, perhaps the most beautiful of the Cornish towns, won the Best UK Seaside Town award from the British Travel Awards recently for 2 years running. The streets are narrow and not good for driving but are always bustling with visitors. It's long been famous as a haunt of artists, with many in residence and is the home of the Tate St Ives, which famously houses many works from Barbara Hepworth who lived and worked here. Historically it was always a fishing town, but more recently the fishing has all but died out and the locals concentrate more on looking after the steady stream of holiday visitors. A recommended 'must visit' while in Cornwall!
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Camping and Caravanning Site near St Ives centre:
Ayr Holiday Park (Camping and Caravanning Site) St Ives (0.53 miles)
Hellesveor Caravan and Camping Site (Camping and Caravanning Site) St Ives (1.01 miles)
Balnoon Touring Caravan and Camping Site (Camping and Caravanning Site) St Ives (1.48 miles)
Lower Penderleath Campsite (Camping and Caravanning Site) St Ives (2.27 miles)
Churchtown Farm Caravan and Camping Site (Camping and Caravanning Site) Hayle (4.18 miles)
Calloose Caravan Park (Camping and Caravanning Site) Hayle (5.84 miles)
Wayfarers Caravan and Camping Park (Camping and Caravanning Site) Penzance (6.08 miles)
Parbola Holiday Park (Camping and Caravanning Site) Hayle (6.19 miles)
Kenneggy Cove Holiday Park (Camping and Caravanning Site) Penzance (7.56 miles)
Boscrege Caravan and Camping Park (Camping and Caravanning Site) Helston (7.76 miles)
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Porthminster (0.13 miles) Excellent sheltered family beach with all the facilities you could need. The train stops at this beach as well...
St Ives (0.37 miles) St Ive's town beach and consequently close to every facility you could wish for (apart from parking which is like...
Bamaluz (St Ives) (0.43 miles) Small beach inbetween the town beach (harbour) and Porthgwidden. No lifeguards, no dogs but all the facilities of St Ives...
Porthmeor (0.44 miles) The most westerly beach at St Ives and favourite with the surfers. Good facilities here with close proximity for the...
Barbara Hepworth Museum and Sculpture Garden (0.27 miles) Former home of Barbara Hepworth, now a dedicated museum to the artist and her work. Sculptures in bronze, stone...
Tregenna Castle Gardens (0.35 miles) A stunning 72 acre estate overlooking St Ives Bay. The castle is now run as a hotel, but the gardens...
Tate Gallery St Ives (0.41 miles) International Modern and Contemporary Art...
St Ives Society of Artists (0.41 miles) St Ives has long been a centre for artists and creative souls of all kinds. Drawn by the beauty and...