Mayors Parlour

A unique space in the Guildhall, ideal for intimate celebrations and weddings.

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Trowan Allotments

The Town Council own and manage 72 allotment plots located at Trowan on leased land.

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Malakoff

The Malacoff St Ives Town Council Places

Perfectly positioned for a view of St Ives.

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St Ives Skatepark

St Ives Skatepark portal vortex

St Ives has a world class Skatepark, located at the Palemon Best recreation ground.

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Harbour Beach

Harbour beach is within the heart of the town and the harbour walls. It is tidal with plenty of sand at low tide and a very sunny stretch, protected from high winds. The shallow waters are child friendly and ideal if you want a dip straight after hitting the shops. But please be sensitive to […]

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Porthmeor

Porthmeor is one of the town’s prime bathing and surfing beaches with crystal white sand. It is one of only eight beaches in Cornwall that hold the prestigious Blue Flag Award 2021, given in recognition of water quality, safety, environmental management and education. The beach is surrounded by some iconic buildings and places in the […]

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Porthminster

Porthminster Beach St Ives

Porthminster is a crescent shaped stretch of white sand just below St Ives Station. It has a sub-tropical feel, sheltered from winds, making it a family favourite for safe swimming. It has views of the bay and the harbour and of the Godrevy Lighthouse, made famous through its appearance in Virginia Woolf’s novel to the […]

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Porthgwidden

Porthgwidden Beach St Ives

Porthgwidden is a small hidden gem, often called the locals beach. Nestled beneath the Island and the chapel it faces east and gets plenty of sun. It has a beach bar and cafe and a shop in the Summer season, as well as chalets for hire. Its a short walk to the fascinating St Ives […]

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