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Popular Beaches in St Ives that You Must Visit

You can pack a picnic basket from your self-catering luxurious St Ives holiday cottages or enjoy the cafes that can be found at the beaches that not only serve you delicious food but also give you magnificent views of the sea.  Here are the three top beaches of St Ives.

St Ives is popular for having some of the finest beaches in the area. You will be very eager to bring your families to the beaches as they come complete with all the facilities that you would need to make your beach stay comfortable and enjoyable. You can pack a picnic basket from your self-catering luxurious St Ives holiday cottages or enjoy the cafes that can be found at the beaches that not only serve you delicious food but also give you magnificent views of the sea.  Here are the three top beaches of St Ives.

 

Porthmeor Beach

 

Porthmeor Beach is located on the western portion of St Ives Beach. It has become a favourite of surfers and body boarders who get great waves coming from the Atlantic Ocean. On the cliff is the Tate Art Gallery that overlooks the beach.  You can take short but enjoyable walks around the Island. This is also where the challenging coastal footpath route from St Ives to Zennor starts off. The Porthmeor Beach is easily accessible from your St Ives holiday cottages and is one of the most popular beaches in St Ives. A Beach Café is a great place to have your meals.

 

Porthgwidden Beach

 

The Porthgwidden Beach is the smallest beach in St Ives.  It is located on the eastern portion of the Island. It is one of the favourites among families and visitors as well because of its fine and light golden sand. There are beautiful sand sculptures at the back of the beach that were created using this find sand.  You can take a short walk up and over the island to Porthmeor Beach on the other side.  You can watch the surfers enjoy the waters of Porthmeor or otherwise try out surfing yourself. You can also go up the Island and visit the newly opened Tate St Ives. Porthgwidden Beach is a kilometre away from the town centre and the comfortable St Ives holiday cottages. This family friendly beach has parking spaces right nearby.  There is also a café and beach shop where you can get your needs. Toilets as well as telephone facilities are available. The popular Porthgwidden Beach Café is where you can get the most delicious meals served with a view of the beach.

 

Porthminster Beach

 

If you walk west from Carbis Bay along the coastal footpath, it will lead over Porthminster Point and on to the beautiful Porthminster Beach. This beach has beautiful fine golden sand which is why many locals and visitors go to the beach in summer and this gets quite crowded. There is also a railway station where the St Ives Branch line ends. This beach has lifeguards during summer and has complete rescue equipment.  Parking and a tourist information centre are available at the beach. You can find the popular Porthminster Beach Café as well as 2 takeaways and 2 beach shops. Toilets and telephone facilities are provided in this family friendly beach. You can easily access this beach if you are staying at the beautiful St Ives holiday cottages. 

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Those who choose St Ives holidays find themselves within easy reach of award-winning coasts with clear seas, culture and a taste of daily life in a working fishing port. Blue Chip’s St Ives holiday cottages are the perfect base from which to enjoy this beautiful area of western Cornwall.



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