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Looking down to the town centre in St Ives, Cornwall

Looking down to the town centre in St Ives, Cornwall

Looking down to the town centre in St Ives, Cornwall walked here so many times its a killer up hill!

St. Ives, Cornwall, this is a beautiful little place, stunning scenery and quaint little houses. I love the view across the bay.

The tin crowd: Going underground in the mines of Cornwall

Stroll around the old cobbled streets and harbour in St Ives. Surrounded on all sides by gorgeous beaches, St Ives benefits from fantastic light which has inspired thousands of artists.

is a harbor town and resort, on the North Cornish Coast. The colourful Mediterranean atmosphere, maze of cobbled streets and jumble of fishermens cottages blend with an eclectic selection of shops, galleries and studios arou

Fowey: "The steep, narrow streets lined with jostling cottages, shops, cafés, pubs and restaurants are great fun to explore, though you may find yourself flattened against a wall each time a car attempts to squeeze past. Tantalising views of the glittering estuary are glimpsed through tiny passages, like windows onto the busy river." www.bradtguides.com

Fowey: The steep, narrow streets lined with jostling cottages, shops, cafés, pubs and restaurants are great fun to explore.

Walk down to Fowey in Cornwall, UK The steep sided valley with it's wooded riverside is a stunning location making the walk back up the hill seem worth it.

England Travel Inspiration - Walk down to Fowey in Cornwall, UK The steep sided valley with it's wooded riverside is a stunning location making the walk back up the hill seem worth it.

View over St Ives from the top. Cornwall May 2010, via Flickr.

View over St Ives from the top. Cornwall, you can see this image so often in the various artists work, harbour, boats.

Padstow, Cornwall

Padstow, Cornwall, England, is a picturesque fishing village located on the beautiful Camel estuary. Definitely going to Cornwall on my next trip to UK.

St Mawes Castle

St Mawes Castle, Cornwall - Built in 1340 by Henry VIII to protect the south coast of Cornwall

Harlyn Bay, unspoilt and beautiful.

Harlyn Bay, unspoilt and beautiful. Check out our self catering holiday houses,

Harlyn Bay

Cornwall CAM -Zooming in on Stepper Point


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