Chapel of St Nicholas
Near the museum, tucked under the grassy headland known under The Island, is the little cove of Porthgwidden, a pleasant picnic spot and...
Below the Tate is Porthmeor, top choice for swimmers and novice surfers thanks to its gentle swells, and with a handy beach café just...
Tate St Ives
Hovering like a concrete curl above Porthmeor Beach, St Ives' celebrated art museum focuses on the key artists of the 'St Ives School',...
This beam-ceilinged boozer is as comfy as an old pair of slippers, with a few tables on the harbour and lots of local ales.
Tucked away in the old artists' quarter and housed in a converted net loft, this relaxed bistro is a good bet. The menu has a choice of...
Chapel of St Nicholas information
On the grassy promontory known as the Island, between Porthmeor and Porthminster, is the tiny pre-14th-century Chapel of St Nicholas, patron saint of children and sailors. It's allegedly the oldest church in St Ives – and certainly the smallest.