It’s great fun sitting on a bench by the sea in St Ives eating a pasty.
Damien Hirst’s ‘The Childs Dream’ on display at The Tate St Ives.
St Ives looks great all year round, here it looks very different from how it does in the summer months, but it still looks amazing. Our cottages are getting booked up for summer, don’t leave it too late if you want a week away.
Seal cubs are born in August and September, perfect timing for summer visitors to take the short boat ride from St Ives harbour to Seal Island to see them. They are incredibly cute !
The warship, HMS Wave, was trying to shelter in the harbour from a storm when it got washed ashore. Everyone was saved and some residents still remember that night.
A visit to the Minack to watch a play is a very different experience to a traditional theatre, and the Minack, with its back drop of the Atlantic, is truly spectacular.
Paradise Park, 5 miles from St Ives has Parrots, Birds of Prey, Penguins, even some Red Panda cubs which have just been born. There is also a ball pit and other activities for children. A great day out.