Cornwall Beach Guide

Marazion Beach

Description:
At Marazion there is a long sand and pebble beach which stretches to Penzance. There are good parking and facilities at Marazion and its definitely worth visiting St Michaels Mount. To visit St Michaels Mount use the causeway at low tide and use the ferry when the causeway is under water.
Safety:
Signs warn of motorised water craft and submerged objects. See Beach Safety Guide.
Access:
At Marazion, there are a number of access points along the beach via steps. There is also a slipway via the car park in Marazion.
Dogs:
Dogs are banned on Marazion beach from 1st May to 30th September (8am to 7pm).
Directions:
Marazion is about 7 miles from Hayle and 10 miles from Helston. Approaching from North Cornwall use the A30 and at Hayle follow the directions to Penzance. Proceed on the A30 and shortly after Crowlas there is a roundabout. Take the second left for Marazion (signposted to Marazion). This road follows the coast line. Approaching Marazion, there are 2 car parks by the beach and a field car park. In Marazion there is a smaller car park by the beach. You can also approach Marazion on the A394 from Helston.
Post Code:
TR17 0DA.
Parking:
Approaching Marazion, there are 2 large car parks and 1 field car park all close to the beach. In Marazion there is 1 small car park.
Toilets:
Yes.
Facilities:
Shops, cafés in Marazion.
Activities:
None.
Nearby Alternative Beaches:
Praa Sands (7 miles, sandy beach, surfing)
Perranuthnoe (4 miles, sandy beach)
Long Rock (1 mile, sandy beach, part dog friendly)
Penzance (3 miles, seaside town with pebble/sandy beach)
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