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The Cornish town of St Ives meaning is a wonderful seaside town, near the end of the country not far from lands end. It lies north of Penzance and due west of the town Camborne. Its always been known as a fishing town and dating back fishing was its main source of productivity. As fishing declined over the years St Ives became a seaside town, now famous for its clear water, harbour, rolling waves, restaurants and friendly town folk.
The place know as Truro is the City for Cornwall, it is located at the highest fording river point of the beautiful Fal Estuary a very popular place to visit as its an area of the outstanding countryside in the heart of Cornwall. The Kenwyn “Dowr Ith” in Cornish, Allen, and Glasteinan (Tinney) has a sweeping merge into Truro River to subsequently become the River Fal below Malpas, this is also an area of popularity, with woods and places to moor boats. Truro has a wonderful Cathedral, and well worth a visit.
The Town of Penzance OR “Pennsans” “Holy headland” to be said in the Cornish language which refers to the location of a certain chapel nowadays which is called St Anthony’s Chapel that is said to have stood over a 1,000 years ago on the main headland to the west of what became know as Penzance Harbour. By train, it is the last stopping point before Lands End, and therefore the main hub for coming into and out of Cornwall.
The stunning town of Falmouth is said to be Cornwall’s leading South West Coastal Resort and is also home to the County’s Maritime Heritage. In Falmouth you will find some truly wonderful sandy golden beaches, spectacular things to see and amazing scenery, specialist shops from local Art and fashion, to Antiques and wonderful places to eat out, along with a fantastic place to see boats.
Our wonderful Cornwall – our glorious Kernow is a county on England’s rugged southwestern peninsula, basically right down the bottom of the UK.
It forms a stunning peninsula full of dramatic clifftops – woodland – Beaches – Small Fishing Villages and even moorland. Cornwall also has the south coast, which is also dubbed the Cornish Riviera, due to its warm southerly wind, and sunshine temps.
Padstow has now become quite a famous little fishing village, somewhat due to its famous chief “Rick Stein” however – way back during the 16th and 17th centuries that’s when Padstow’s growth had accelerated. It’s a fishing village with lots to do and see, from boating, eating out, visiting some great shops and more!