We thoroughly enjoyed our visit to St. Michael's Mount. We could walk to the island since it was low tide, and took a ferry back. After a steep climb up the cobbled way to the castle's entrance, the views are great. The castle itself is beautifully preserved and its history is quite impressive. There are a lot of rooms open to the public, and the people from the National Trust were eager to provide extra information. The café with lawn serves local beers and food.
Entrance 7.50 (free for National Trust members). From Penzance, take a bus (near the visitor center and railway station) to Marazion, go down to the beach and walk down the causeway. When it's closed due to high tide, take the ferry (2 pounds). Not easily accessible for people with mobility problems.
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