Did you know...St Ives is still a working fishing port

One of Cornwall’s most treasured holiday resorts, St Ives’ mild climate and Mediterranean-style landscapes make it a popular choice for both winter holidays and summer breaks.Visit St Ives and you'll find yourself within easy reach of award-winning coasts with clear seas, culture and a taste of daily life in a working fishing port.

St Ives has an active cultural scene. The Tate St Ives shouldn't be missed, and there's a wealth of less famous gems to be discovered along cobbled streets lined with workshops and exhibitions.

The St Ives Food and Drink Festival

We love a good foodie festival and The St Ives Food and Drink Festival, held each May, is one of the town’s most popular annual events. The festival sees some of the biggest names in the foodie world descend on the resort to join the programme, and it’s not uncommon to see folk from Jamie Oliver’s Fifteen restaurant, faces such...

The Barbara Hepworth Museum and Sculpture Garden

St Ives is one of those destinations that inspire the artist in you, and that means you don't have to look far for a moving attraction with its place in the history of sculpting. St Ives was the home of the pioneering sculptor Barbra Hepworth, and since her death in 1975 her former home and studio have been converted into...
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