These are two of the most beautiful and talked about destinations in the UK, especially when it comes to taking a holiday. You can find almost anything that will perk up your fancy here. There is something to do for the history buff, beach goer, adventurer, foodie, or adrenaline junkie. There is nothing to have but a good and memorable time in this area. Here are some of the best ways to ensure that your holiday is the best that it possibly can be.
Pick the Right Accommodation
Choosing the best St. Ives accommodation may sound daunting but it is quite easy. Don’t fall into the regularity of staying in a hotel where you are lucky to have more than a few feet of free space and total privacy from staff or other guests. Have a luxury self catering Cornwall holiday. Staying in these luxurious apartments offers all sorts of great benefits. You are close to the beach, train, have complete privacy with your own balcony and garden, and you can enjoy one of the best views in the world right from your couch.
Visit the Harbor Village
In downtown St. Ives is the historic and famous harbor village. You can reach this by a nice walk along the cliffs and coastline or you can take the train from Cabris Bay station. In the village you can visit The Hepworth Museum or Tate St. Ives which both showcase the fascinating art movement that swept through the area during the 1900’s. If you want to get more of a sense of how art plays into the culture of the town you can visit the Newlyn School of Art and even take an art lesson of your own.
Relax on the Beach
One of the top rated bays in the world is right at the heart of St. Ives and Cornwall. Cabris Bay beach is one of two beaches in all of England that has been placed in the top 20 on the international list of the world’s most beautiful bays. There is no reason that you can’t spend hours or even days soaking in the sun and playing in the water of this wonderful local.
Adventure Out of Land’s End
There is no place in England more west than Land’s End. No St. Ives or Cornwall Holiday is complete without taking the trek out to Land’s End. After gazing out off of the rocks towards lighthouses of Wolf’s Rock, you can take the adventure one step further. Hop on a plane and head out to the Isle of Scilly. There you can see all kinds of wildlife from dolphins to puffins as you explore some of the most secluded and picturesque islands that the British Isles have to offer.