DescriptionTake the coast path from Perranuthnoe west towards Penzance. You will walk along the cliff, along paths through fields (wild animals are rabbits, but not a good mix with terriers and cliffs!), then drop down to walk along the beach. Steps are a little rickety, but fine. Come up the other end of the beach and along an alleyway and then its a short road walk into Marazion, for a pasty, a pint or a cream tea. Depending on the tide you can tack on a walk to St Michael's Mount. then I lovely stroll back... pariking is free out of season in Perran and in season costs a couple of £s. There are public loos in Perranuthnoe and Marazion. If its hot take water for the dog because they will get really thirsty on the beach if its hot. A beautiful walk with plenty of rewards along the way.
- Free Parking
- Paid Parking
- Off Lead Areas
- Animals On Route
- Picnic Areas
Perranuthnoe is 3 miles east of Penzance on the south coastAn Gwythow, Perranuthnoe, Penzance TR20 9NB, UK
Open in Google Maps Note: Every effort is made to ensure the address and map marker are accurate however there might be rare occasions where it might not reflect it's precise location. If you find a problem please leave a comment below.