7 Things to do in St. Ives, Cornwall
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St. Ives is a quaint seaside town and port, located in the heart of Cornwall, England. Discover an array of beautiful beaches, charming cafes and adrenaline-packed activities. We suggest you add these to your must-do list if you venture southwest this summer... 1. Indulge in fresh seafood at the Seafood Cafe Seafood lovers rejoice - Seafood Cafe, located at Fore Street, offers a mouth-watering selection of fresh seafood, supplied daily to their counter. Choose from a range of fresh fish, such as Cornish hake and crab cakes, sea bass fillets, local scallops, crispy calamari and fresh local lobster. 2. Soak up the rays at award-winning Porthmeor Beach. Porthmeor Beach is the town’s most renowned surfing beach. With fine golden sands and twinkling blue waters, there is something on offer for everyone here. There are deck chairs, life guards and toilet facilities on site – not to mention Porthmeor’s Beach Cafe, where you can sit back and relax with a drink and take in the stunning views overlooking the crisp blue skies and gentle ocean. 3. Cruise, paraglide or surf alongside dolphins and seals at Seal Island. Take a boat ride down the Cornish coast to Seal Island and Godrevy Lighthouse and spot Dolphins, Seals and Basking Sharks along the way. You can make further enquiries at the St Ives Boat Rides website.
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