St Ives - an artistic treasure in the heart of Cornwall
Traveling in the south-west of England, one meets the little town of St Ives, which is located in the county of Cornwall, and is one of the most popular holiday destinations in England. A vacation home or a holiday house in St Ives is a nice alternative to accommodation in the hotel. They are independent, not tied to specific food times and you can enjoy the peace and the holiday in St Ives optimally to recover.
What makes a holiday in St Ives so special?
In the small coastal town you can spend a wonderful beach holiday in your vacation rental or in your holiday apartment in St Ives as well as visit numerous sights in and around the historical town.
White, fine sand beach is not necessarily connected with the coast of Cornwall. A self-catering accommodation f.e in a cottage in St Ives near Porthminster Beach and Porthmeor Beach will teach you the best. The lake is quiet and is especially suitable for families with children to spend their holidays in St Ives. Not least because of this unique landscape, St. Ives served as a backdrop for the novels by popular English writer Rosamunde Pilcher.
If you rent a holiday accommodation in St Ives, you can also spend a cultural holiday here. The cute town in Cornwall is also known for its collection of artists' galleries and studios. If you are interested in art, you will be fully satisfied. The absolute attraction of St. Ives is the Tate Gallery, which was opened in 1993 by Prince Charles, and works by renowned contemporary artists.
If you want to go from your cottage in St Ives to the traces of the past, then you can pack a few hiking boots and explore the surrounding area. Worth a visit is the Stone Age village of Chysauster Ancient Village or the stone trip Hurlers Stone Circle, whose exact meaning has not yet been discovered.
Whatever you choose in your holiday in St Ives - beach, culture or travel in the past - make sure you take home unforgettable memories and memories and miss your cozy cottage in St Ives for a while.