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Discover St Ives
St Ives is a little slice of the Mediterranean dropped in the far west of Britain. It has a film-set quality: a jumble of whitewashed, slate-hung cottages and Victorian villas climbing away from the fishing harbour; wide beaches of soft white sand, and a thriving artistic community that keeps the town alive year-round.
It’s one of the best places in Britain to rediscover the simple childhood joy of splashing around in a sparkling deep blue sea while beating the Atlantic chill in a new-generation second-skin wetsuit.
As the town gears up for summer – the Tate St Ives gallery reopened this week – go now to catch a wave without the crowds paddling at the water’s edge, to eat new-season lobster and crab, and to meet resident artists who are opening their studios to the public for a week from Saturday.
© The Telegraph. By Gill Charlton. 14/10/2015