St Ives does not seem the sort of name for two different villages - but it is. The riddle 'AsI was going to St Ives
I met a man with seven wives
- - - ' has nothing to do with the Cornish village. Cornish St Ives is on the north Cornwall coast well to the west. It has several beaches and like much of Cornwall's northern Atlantic coast it is very good for surfing.
St Ives has always attracted artists and now it has a Tate gallery, beautifully positioned near the sea.The long distance coastal footpath has a very picturesque stretch to the west towards Zennor and St Just in Penwith.
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