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Beautiful scenery and beautiful Beach to walk In we didn’t have the chance to go to the island... read more

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Birkirkara, Malta
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Enchanting tidal island steeped in legend & harbouring an Earth energy node point

I've been to the island on many occasions, mainly because of my interest for dowsing, mysteries... read more

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Devon, United Kingdom
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Cross the causeway where a legendary giant once walked. Follow the footsteps of pilgrims or boat hop to an island where modern life meets layers of history. Discover an evocative castle, a sub-tropical garden paradise and a close-knit island...more
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Reviewed yesterday via mobile

Beautiful scenery and beautiful Beach to walk In we didn’t have the chance to go to the island water was still high but it still was very nice to see from opposite

Date of experience: January 2019
Thank steffffs
Reviewed 2 days ago

I've been to the island on many occasions, mainly because of my interest for dowsing, mysteries & legends. There is a special earth energy point on the island where four different earth energy lines (that span the world) cross, creating a powerful node point. More...More

Date of experience: March 2018
Thank Celtic-Inspiration
Reviewed 1 week ago

A beautiful walk along the causeway on low tide towards the castle. Walking up to the castle can be a little steep but should be good if you take your time. Enjoy :)

Date of experience: September 2018
Thank Timmylai
Reviewed 2 weeks ago

A lovely walk on the stone pathway to get to the castle which effectively is a castle in the middle of the sea when the tide is in. We had our dogs with us and it was a lovely walk for us all.you feel special...More

Date of experience: December 2018
1  Thank tinytinks68
Reviewed 2 weeks ago

Castle on island connected by causeway only at low tide. Get there early before the closing time for the castle. If the tide is high travel by boat.

Date of experience: April 2018
Thank FaizalP61
Reviewed 3 weeks ago via mobile

We are half way through our holidays in Cornwall but I just know that the day spent on St Michael’s Mount would be the highlight of our trip here. It just felt magical and special from the start : have to wait for the tide...More

Date of experience: December 2018
Thank M_Steph_L
Reviewed 3 weeks ago

Amazing place. You must see St Michael mount its just beautiful. A castle in the middle of the sea. I will come back.

Date of experience: December 2018
Thank JoaoA1355
Reviewed 4 weeks ago

Myself my partner and two friends stayed for a week in cornwall and having visited st Michaels mount several times we knew they would love it. But it far exceeded their expectations as we had a small group tour with an amazing guide called Paul....More

Date of experience: December 2018
1  Thank 22EMFIN
Reviewed 4 weeks ago

We went to St Michael's Mount fairly early in the morning. The tide was still in so we got the boat over! This cost £3 per person, very reasonable! After our visit we then walked back over the causeway, I would recommend doing it this...More

Date of experience: December 2018
Thank TaraJH1996
Reviewed December 9, 2018

This was an absolutely awesome place to visit ...meant a lot to me as my great grandmother worked here in the early 1900’s . The walk was really cool as we had to wait until the tide was out to walk across the stone pathway...More

Date of experience: June 2018
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Looerifleclub
January 13, 2019|
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Response from kerrie s | Reviewed this property |
Yes they are but not in the castle. Hope this helps
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NatalieA1222
August 25, 2018|
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Response from wendyi866 | Reviewed this property |
I went in December one year. I think the castle was closed, the other facilities such as restaurant was still open. There is just no boat that ferry you across but if the tide is out you are able to walk along the causeway... More
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Howard W
August 19, 2018|
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Response from 927lorrainer | Reviewed this property |
£4 all day, there are two great big car parks.
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jci20132013
Washington DC, District of Columbia
Cornwall - picking a base for a 4 night stay in August (1 Replies)
We are planning a 4 night visit to Cornwall on a Sunday- Thursday the last week of August 2017 and are finding it hard to settle on a town to stay in. We'd consider 2 nights in 2 towns but would prefer one town for all four nights. We have 2 adults and a 10 and 12 year old and would like to find pretty town with scenic views. We'd like to take some coastal walks and to see Tintagel Castle and St. Michaels Mount, the Lizard Peninsula, and maybe do some cycling (and realize that we may not fit...More
January 01, 2017|
Response fromBellaHampshire|
Ok, it will take half a day out of your stay to get here from Bristol and you'll have to allow almost all day to get to London when you leave, so you have four days here. Have you looked at a map to see how far Tintagel is from St Michael's Mount? You need to factor in travelling times and everywhere in Cornwall takes longer to get to than you'd expect (heavy traffic and narrow roads). It's peak season, and will be difficult to find an apartment or house for two two night stays or one four...More
Gillian D
Johannesburg South Africa
Walking trails - Cornwall (7 Replies)
We will be in Cornwall for a week in May and would like to see and do as much as possible and also do some coastal walks - nothing too strenuous (we are 57 & 58 respectively). Items on our list include St Michaels Mount, the Eden Project, surfing (Newquay maybe?). We have heard that the town of Mousehole is very quaint and worth a visit. Any thoughts and ideas on what to see, where to stay, where to eat, etc would be very gladly received.
March 24, 2012|
Response fromEssexWanderer|
Padstow is really good and of course is famous for 'eats' with Rick Stein's enterprises all over town! You can walk the Camel Trail from there (or hire bikes and cycle it). With a car you can easily get from there to the other places on your list. However, it is very popular and busy - if you are looking for somewhere quieter to stay, it might not 'fit' from that point of view. You could always stay at Rock though, and take the ferry across the Camel Estuary to Padstow perhaps!
Var L
London, United Kingdom
Traveling by Public Transport in Cornwall? (7 Replies)
Hello!!!! We are a young couple visiting Cornwall in coming long weekend and booked our accommodation in Newquay. We have planned our visit to - Minack Theater - St Michaels Mount - Various other attractions around Newquay like beaches etc. We would be traveling by public transport and appreciate your comments/suggestions on below. 1) If there is any Day Travel or 3-4 days travel card option available covering all the routes of bus and train. As it would be cheaper. 2)...More
April 14, 2014|
Response fromClemrick|
I agree with Jezzyka about getting to Minack from Newquay. You may be able to get there, but I don't know how you will get back so late at night on public transport. I wanted to go when I was in St. Ives a couple years ago. My only option was to take a tour from a local St. Ives company. Unfortunately, The dates they went to Minack didn't coincide with our schedule. You could look to see if there is a Newquay tour company going to Minack.