St Ives

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The Cornish town of St Ives has long been a favourite among holidaymakers from all over the UK and further afield. Thousands of visitors descend upon this charming little town every year, attracted by the fascinating local attractions, spectacular scenery and of course the warm welcome afforded to guests.

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St Ives Holiday Park - St Ives

Situated within 100 acres of beautiful woodland, St Ives Holiday Park is a great place to stay. There are plenty of great amenities on site, as well - including a heated swimming pool, a water flume, a sauna, crazy golf, live entertainment and a whole host of other amusements to keep the whole family entertained. If you fancy a trip to the beach, then you'll find that you're within easy reach of miles of golden sands when you choose to book a break at St Ives Holiday Park.

Located on the coast of the Celtic Sea to the west of Camborne and to the north of Penzance, the Cornish town of St Ives is a charming seaside resort which has long been a favourite among holidaymakers. Whether you're looking to recharge your batteries or you want an action-packed family holiday, a break in St Ives has it all - there really is plenty to keep everyone entertained.

How to get there

St Ives is served by a railway station, which is the terminus of the St Ives branch line. This branch line is linked to the Penzance-London Paddington main line, meaning it's easily accessible to travellers from the capital. In addition, there's a park-and-ride service which operates from the nearby Lelant Saltings railway station.

There are regular coach services which run to St Ives from London Victoria station and Heathrow airport, as well as from other locations across Britain. Visitors can also reach other local towns and villages - including Penzance, St Just and Zennor - by bus. The nearest airports to St Ives are at Plymouth and Newquay.

Where to stay

As St Ives is such a popular tourist destination, there are plenty of accommodation options for you to choose from. There are various holiday parks as well as camping and caravan sites in the vicinity, with a range of amenities available to guests. Alternatively, there are many guest houses and hotels in St Ives and the surrounding area.

Attractions and activities

There's plenty for the whole family to see and do in and around St Ives. One of the most popular attractions in the town is the local Tate art gallery, which displays a wide range of artworks and plays host to exhibitions at various times of the year. Visitors to St Ives can pick up an Art Pass, which will provide them with access to the Tate as well as the Barbara Hepworth Museum and Leach Pottery.

The St Ives Archive Centre offers a fascinating glimpse into local history, while the St Ives Museum is also well worth a visit. Other facilities in St Ives include a swimming pool, a cinema and an open-air theatre, while the St Ives Guildhall hosts the annual St Ives September Festival.

Paradise Park, in nearby Hayle, is great for children - this large indoor play area is surrounded by spectacular gardens. There's also the Treasure Park adventure playground, which is situated on the site of the former Tolgus tin mine and offers an array of activities to entertain visitors of all ages.

There are several beaches in the St Ives area - one in the town itself, one at Carbis Bay and another at Lelant. If you enjoy outdoor pursuits then you won't want to miss the opportunity to take a trip down the south-west coast path, and there are also cycle routes, recreation grounds, boat trips and even a skate park to keep you busy. Surfing is also popular in St Ives, and there's a surf school situated by Porthmeor beach.

Shopping and eating out

The main shopping area in St Ives is centred around Fore Street, Tregenna Place and High Street in the town centre. Here you'll find plenty of big-name chain stores, as well as quirky independent boutiques. You'll also find various galleries and studios in the town, where you'll find a whole host of arts and crafts, as well as seeing local artists at work. As St Ives is popular with surfers, there are also plenty of shops selling surfing equipment. Depending on the time of year, many local shops tend to be open seven days a week.

There are many pubs and restaurants in and around St Ives, so it's well worth taking the time to see for yourself just what they have to offer. Cream teas are of course something of a speciality in the south-west, and you'll find a wide range of tea shops in the town.

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