If you love beaches then this is the tour for you.
Tour of St Ives & Beautiful Cornwall
Cornwall has some of the best – if not the best – beaches in the UK. From wide and sandy with clear turquoise waters to rival those in the Caribbean, to the steep-cliffed, boulder-strewn with wild Atlantic waves crashing, there’s every kind of beach going
You will find miles and miles of stunningly beautiful coastline, helpfully marked out with public paths so you can make the most of the views.
This westerly county is the proud producer of some very delicious food, not least the Cornish pasty and clotted cream. No visit to Cornwall is complete without a daily pasty, some clotted cream dolloped onto scones or on top of treacle tart – oh and a few scoops of super creamy, Cornish-made ice cream.
St Ives- Winner of a showcase of national awards including best family holiday destination by Coast magazine and one of the 10 best European beach destinations compiled by TripAdvisor, St Ives is a seemingly subtropical oasis where the beaches are golden, the vegetation is lush and the light piercingly bright.
It’s no wonder then that the town has been attracting artists for decades who come to capture the area’s undeniable natural beauty. It started with J M W Turner and the marine artist Henry Moore who first came to St Ives in the mid-1800s and since then the town has become a magnet for some of the world’s greatest painters, sculptors and ceramists.
Penzance | Marizion | St Michael’s Mount | Falmouth | Helston | St Just | St Ives | Truro | Mevagissey
St Michael’s Mount topped by a 14th Century Castle | Cobbled Alleyways of Falmouth | St Ives, One of Cornwall’s Best Loved Resorts | The Cornish ‘Capital’, Truro | Truro Cathedral | Lemon Quay, Truro, a cobbled continental style square with cafes | Fishing Village of Mevagissey
7 Nights Accommodation on Pre Booked Campsites (including electrical hook up) – Based on 2 adults only.
Our travel pack includes full itinerary, map, campsite directions, routes, GPS coordinates, suggested sightseeing and tourist activities en route, tips and advice on motorhoming on the continent.
Dogs can be catered for upon request.
Low Season: November to March
Mid Season: April, May, September and October
High Season: June, July and August
What’s Not Included
Hire of the motorhome.