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Marazion Beach, Penzance

Penzance, Cornwall, England, UK


Marazion beach is at the eastern end of the long stretch of sand and pebbles that stretch from Penzance to St Michael’s Mount. Marazion beach itself is approx. 1 mile long.

This is also the access point to St Michaels's Mount and is well worth a walk across the causeway at low tide.

Facilities

Car parks but can be very busy with visitors to St Michaels's Mount rather than the beach.

Lifeguards in the summer months.

Dog Restrictions  Dog restrictions on this beach

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Notes

No dogs between May and October.


Tides & Weather

Tide Times & Heights for Penzance (Newlyn) on 8th December 2016

04:54 - Low Tide (1.95m)
10:48 - High Tide (4.74m)
17:35 - Low Tide (1.79m)
23:28 - High Tide (4.56m)


Photos nearby Marazion beach


Water Quality at Marazion


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