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All reviews ice cream low tide lots of shops cornish pasty watch the world plenty of places to eat lovely place fishing boats pastry quaint shops car park sea gulls food outlets a nightmare walk around fish and chips town centre
A whole day can easily be spent here. In the summer the streets are closed to cars and because they are so steep and narrow not a bad idea. Loads of good restaurants and cafes. Top quality beers and foods too. The Tate is worth...More
A lovely place to while away a sunny afternoon. Boats, a stone pier, lots of benches to sit and enjoy the magic of St Ives. We sat against the stone wall on the beach on October 30th in glorious warm sunshine.
Just a warning, best...More
Nice beach which is dog friendly, not very big but enough for a quick dig in the sand. As it’s a harbour when the sea goes out, the sand isn’t very pleasant but there are several nice sections of sand to play in.
When the tide is in, the harbour is just your regular harbour.
But when the tide is out, it reveals a lovely sand beach to scroll on, and during the summer days you get a great view of the harbour of St Ives from far...More
Worth the drive to this part of the world. Busy, winding roads lead to the initial gob smacking view of the bay.
Can be difficult finding a parking spot in busy times, but make the effort and walk the narrow streets down to the harbour....More
Harbour Beach is pretty and famous from numerous paintings, but not dog friendly. Only one beach in St Ives is, and it is treacherous and rocky to get down to it. Definitely recommend getting the train in rather than trying to park in St Ives