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An easy 2.1 mile walk along the South West Coast Path from Penzance that gives great views across Mounts Bay to St Michael's Mount, the Lizard and Mousehole. In autumn, the Bird Reserve at Marazion attracts rare migrants such as bitterns and water...more
| Penzance Station Car Park, Penzance TR18 2LT, England
Because of the high tide we had to take a boat to St Michael’s Mont. The water was choppy, but the ride was short. The fact that a family lived in the castle and there were pictures and stories about the children that lived there...More
Brilliant weather and nice easy path from Penzance railway station to Marazion and our final destination of St. Michaels Mount. Path is well used but fairly wide for the most part. Fabulous views the whole way there and back. Recommend.
We did this over 5 days with three children aged 10 and 9 years. It was a great journey for us and the children staying in different accommodation each night. The hardest section and one of the best is between Porthcurno and Cape Cornwall. Lots...More
An enjoyable walk from Marazion to St Michaels Mount. Make sure you get the timings right on the tides. St Michaels Mount beautiful in its own right. Pathway is cobbled, so not really suitable for the elderly, although I must say it did'nt stop many.
We walked along the South West Coast path from Penzance to Marazion and back in order to visit St Michael’s Mount. Was a nice walk, well kept footpath separated from the roads for the majority of the way, a little bit near Marazion you have...More
We have to wait until 16.30 to tide open another option is use boat and pay 2 pounds. But my boy friend and I curious about the path. unfortunately, we were too late to go in, everything were close at 17.30 if I am not...More
We walked from Penzance to Marazion and took the bus back. The path starts just behold the bus station in Penzance and I must admit that I don’t find the first 1/4 of the path very charming. But the last 3/4 is enjoyable. We went...More