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Marazion Marsh

#3 of 9 things to do in Marazion Features Animals
Long Rock Road, Marazion, England
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Peaceful bird watching

Scenic rspb site with a wide range of possible bird sightings. Easy to walk round and spot birdlife... read more

Reviewed 2 weeks ago
nthompson79
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Solihull, United Kingdom
Lovely walks

This is a must location if you are visiting Cornwall, come along, park up and drift into another... read more

Reviewed 4 weeks ago
Kevin B
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South Molton, United Kingdom
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Long Rock Road, Marazion, England
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Reviewed 2 weeks ago

Scenic rspb site with a wide range of possible bird sightings. Easy to walk round and spot birdlife - even on a very blustery May morning we noted several egrets, herons, mallard, swifts and martins. Quite exposed when the weather turns (which it did!) and...More

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Reviewed 4 weeks ago

This is a must location if you are visiting Cornwall, come along, park up and drift into another world.

Thank Kevin B
Reviewed 14 April 2017 via mobile

So peaceful, and such a sight watching the birds go about their business. A good variety of birds to see with the marshes making a lovely backdrop. Well worth a visit

Thank Kelly W
Reviewed 20 February 2017

Arrived at dusk in the hope of seeing a murmuration of starlings over the marshes. Conditions were perfect: a beautifully calm evening with a perfect sunset over Newlyn. ~The starlings started to arrive in small flocks at about 5.30 pm and finally roosted at 5.50...More

1  Thank GrannyAllen
Reviewed 29 December 2016

A very quiet time of the year but the place is so peaceful and still plenty of wildlife to see. Well located with the beach on the other side of the road and close to marazion and St Michael's Mount.

Thank AndrewUK2013
Reviewed 2 November 2016 via mobile

Quite time of year but there is plenty to see. Good for walking and on the St Micheal's way. Would be a good spot to sit and relax while looking at the wildlife.

Thank Atardvark
Reviewed 26 October 2016

We visited near evening time, and it was beautiful. Very serene, pledasant walk. Didn't see any bitterns though!

1  Thank Growlinglucifer
Reviewed 29 September 2016

The marsh is not the biggest nature reserve around but it packs a lot of punch. Avocets, herons, rabbits, swans and a wide variety of small birds depending on the season. Only the width of the road from the beach which stretches from Marazion to...More

1  Thank CornishTraveller52
Reviewed 14 August 2016

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...

1  Thank I J G
Reviewed 1 July 2016 via mobile

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...More

1  Thank Lizzyd77
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Elske46
Hi visiting Marazion at the end of April for the weekend. While my husband is taking part in a sailing event I will be amusing our 2 spaniels! I'm looking at doing a bit of walking and would like to know some reasonable routes to take them on. I won't have access to a car so it has to be fairly local. Can anyone help. We will be staying at Wheal Rodney holiday park if that helps....
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Response from GrannyAllen | Reviewed this property |
Don't know where Wheal Rodney holiday park is, but presume you can get to the coast easily from there? The walk along the coast into Penzance is lovely, especially with dogs - on the level, with splendid views. You could... More
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