Serenity sums it up.. lovely place... peaceful and fantastic views.. we were luck the sun came out, wind dropped and was just perfect to sit and relax...
We loved this part of Marazion. We were able to take our dogs on this part of the beach, the dunes are lovely, there's a stream to play in & stunning views of St.Michael's Mount. We had a barbecue on the beach here which was a bit of a highlight of the holiday
A lovely little reserve, just behind the beach, with ample parking. Clearly-defined path through the reeds, enabling super views of nesting heron, but sadly no sight of the visiting pelican that the car park attendant had assured us had been seen recently. Lots of smaller birds about in the evening, as well as masses of rabbits. Slightly scary notice at... 更多
Travelling with 2 keen bird watchers we hoped this would be an interesting place to visit whilst staying at Marazion. We asked many locals for directions, plugged in its location to our satnav and still struggled to spot its one small sign at its entrance. We found parking (£3.50) some distance away. We saw a few birds and rabbits but... 更多
A very peaceful walk and more sheltered from the elements than if you walk along the beach. this time we visited in March but in the past have walked here on a hot summers day and have welcomed the shade and peace from the busy beach.
Easy birdwatching from the road that runs along the side of the marsh. Facilities at the cafe close by. If you're expecting an 'attraction' forget it, this is an RSPB reserve - it's for birdwatching and nature including otters.
Enjoyed this part of Marazion and the marsh forms a part of St Michael's Way, which is a far more interesting (albeit longer) way to walk from/to Penzance and Marazion. Intriguing little area of marsh land with some delightful view points for bird watching and a varied path through (pretty much) to the A394. Take care crossing the railway line!!!... 更多