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Penzance to Marazion walk

The South West Coast Path runs along the seafront from Penzance to Marazion. It is a level and gentle 2.7-mile walk, and all the beaches are dog friendly from September. Along the way, you’ll enjoy views of Mount’s Bay and St Michael’s Mount. Make sure to look out for the new sculpture trail ‘Gwelen’, which re-imagines a submerged ancient forest in the bay. Take a moment to pause and enjoy the views as you make your way into Marazion. A gentle and accessible walk that will take around 1.5 hours. See the route here.

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If you’d like to explore more of the Penzance area, a Super73 e-bike could be just the thing to power your adventures. Ride On E-Bikes provides electric bikes for hire and purchase. Trishaws (for multiple passengers) and bikes with storage boxes are also available to hire. You can even arrange pick-up (within 10 miles) – ideal for one-way trips. Find out more here.

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This Penzance farm has an incredible story. Two young farmers with no family background in farming have transformed the land into a small holding, campsite and countryside classroom. Now they host open days, during which you can meet some of the animals and learn more about how they are looked after. Follow the farm on Instagram to find out more about their events.