Market Place is at the top of Fore Street, A long, gently sloping, narrow throroughfare lined on either side with shops.
Despite the lewd-sounding name, Court Cocking is a reference to a place where boats were once kept.
At the lower end of Fore Street is the Junction with Bunkers Hill which leads to Porthmeor Beach and Tate St Ives.
Here on the seaward side of Smeaton's Pier you get a spectacular view of the pier and harbour.
This white cast iron lighthouse was built at the end of Smeaton's Pier when it was extended in the late Eighteenth Century.
This is the upper end of Fore Street, just a few metres down from Market Place.
This view from outside the Sloop Inn gives you a good idea of what St Ives is like in mid-summer.
St Ives is one of Cornwall's most popular holiday destinations and it's not hard to see why.