Marazion Beach

Marazion Beach is a vast sandy shoreline within Mount’s Bay. Backed by the bustling village of Marazion, the focus of this charming coastline is St Michael’s Mount and the fascinating cobbled causeway that leads to the legendary island.

Simply relaxing and soaking up the atmosphere of this enchanting beach is pleasure enough but with windsurfing, kitesurfing, jet skiing and sailing all on offer there is plenty to keep even the most energetic busy.

The long sandy beach is very safe, and a short walk along the sand dunes will enable you to find a private sun trap. There are rock pools to explore around Chapel Rock and Marazion Harbour, and a well equipped play park is situated just above the beach. Facilities for sailing and windsurfing are available, with a windsurfing school situated at the far end of Marazion beach. (it can get very windy!)

At low tide access to St Michael's Mount is by way of a granite causeway, once walked by pilgrims. Whilst at high tide a gentle boat ride take visitors to the historic castle on the island.

Lifeguard cover from the 8th of July until the 3rd of September (2023).

Please note: Dogs are not allowed on this beach during July and August (between the hours of 10am - 6pm) when a seasonal dog ban is in place. (2023)

Sand chairs are available from St Michael's Mount, Marazion. Telephone: 01736710265

  • PinMarazion / Penzance
  • Address

    Marazion Beach Marazion Cornwall TR17 0EN

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