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Rovistella recently visited Cornwall, a land of breathtaking landscapes.
Preciselly, Rovistella stayed in St. Ives, a lovely town on the south west coast of Great Britain.
The area is famous for having been the haunt of daring pirates in the past, in fact many local shops have a funny pirate style.
Curious tourists come from all over the British country to see the amazing blue shadows of the Cornish sea.
Nearby is the Seal island where there is a lighthouse in the middle of the sea and sweet seals resting on the rocks, it is an area easily accessible by boat from St Ives.
Above all, St. Ives was the beloved home and muse of the great English sculptor Dame Barbara Hepworth.
It is worth visiting her house and garden, which are enchanting.
In addition, the TATE Museum of modern art has galleries there from which there is an amazing view of St. Ives surfers' beach.
People of any age are tempted to imitate the brave surfers who ride the waves in the St. Ives bay.
Cornwall is also famous for the delicious dishes: from Cornish pastries, to caramelised ice creams made with Cornish cream, homemade fudge and drinks such as Cornish ciders, beers, gin, and of course, rum!
If you do not taste one of these in the local bakery, restaurants and pubs, you may be missing out on some heavenly taste sensations!
Rovistella strongly advises everyone to visit St. Ives and Cornwall generally, it is a beautiful part of the UK.
Everything is so special: the marine landscapes, the sky, the food, the people and the relaxing but still adventurous lifestyle - live like a real pirate!
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