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Marazion - a tucked-away gem of Cornwall

Boasting incredible views of Land's End and the Lizard Peninsula, and a close proximity to the famous St Michael's Mount, Marazion is one of the little-known, tucked-away gems of Cornwall. Visitors can enjoy walks and water sports on its excellent sandy beach, browsing gift shops and art galleries along its Main Street, and delve into a history that stretches back to the Roman occupation.

Potter around Penzance

Penzance offers a little bit of everything that draws people to Cornwall. Here, you can explore gorgeous, stately gardens, fascinating galleries and museums, enjoy the rush of some of the best surf swells anywhere in the UK, or simply amble along clifftops and enjoy the scenic beauty of Cornwall. While no two trips to Penzance are the same, you'll always be spoilt for choice from the moment you arrive!

Seeing St Michael's Mount

Whether you walk along the causeway or cross by boat, a trip to St Michael's Mount is one experience you won't forget in a hurry. Whether you're mapping the story of its medieval church and castle from the 12th century to the present day, exploring the quaint village that surrounds it, walking through the castle's beautiful gardens or all three, a day trip to St Michael's Mount is one of the most unique experiences to be had anywhere in the UK.

Planning a trip to Marazion? Travelodge Hayle Hotel is a 20-minute drive away, and Travelodge Newquay Seafront Hotel can be reached in 50.