Get a webcam like this for your own websiteThis live webcam from St. Ives in Cornwall is located at the NCI Coastwatch adjacent to the rocks and Porthgwidden Beach. The view is toward the various surrounding beaches and Porthgwidden beach can just be seen - especially at low tide down toward the right hand side of this picture.
The main use of the webcams at NCI is to show sea and weather conditions so the general public can assess if its a good day to travel to the beach or go sailing, but also adds "extra eyes" to the operation of watching over the sea and keeping people safe.
St. Ives was awarded the 'Best UK Seaside Town' from the British Travel Awards in both 2010 and 2011.
The tourist industry took off with the arrival of the Great Western Railway in 1877 as with it came a new generation of Victorian seaside holiday makers.
St. Ives has become renowned for its number of artists too.
The first lifeboat was stationed in St. Ives in 1840 and In 1867 the Royal National Lifeboat Institution built a boathouse at Porthgwidden beach. In 1911 a new boathouse was built on the Quay, and then in 1993 a larger station was built at the landward end of the West Pier and is used to this day.
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