Is accessed by the surfaced and even coastal path between Penzance and Marazion. It is a lovely walk, cycle ride or jog and certainly one to have on your itinerary.
Marazion is an ancient market town and is a great place to visit any time of the year- sea views, beach walks and stunning views of the impossibly romantic castle of St. Michael’s Mount, perched atop an ancient island, just 500 metres from the coast.
Plenty of galleries, art and gift shops, cafes, puts and restaurant.
What you will love about Marazion
- The walk from Penzance to Marazion – reviving sea air and amazing views
- St. Michael’s Mount and its subtropical gardens and the myths and legends that come to life inside the Castle walls
- Marazion beach – with cafes, peace of mind of high season life guards and water sports equipment hire and instruction
- The intriguing independent gift shops, galleries and cafes along the winding streets
- The onward walk (away from Penzance) from Marazion to Perranuthnoe (approx. 1 mile) Prussia Cove (approx. 2 miles) – it is stunning coastline and sea
- views, which is pretty flat but in parts uneven surface and relatively accessible to all walking abilities
- The good choice of cafes, restaurant’s and pubs to suit all appetites and occasions including the Mexico Inn in Long Rock before you get into Marazion.