St. Mawes, Cornwall

St. Mawes tide times



April 2024

St. Mawes tide times

Date Low tides High tides
Sat13
03:270.5m
15:440.8m
09:144.8m
21:194.8m
Sun14
04:030.9m
16:201.3m
09:444.4m
21:484.5m
Mon15
04:451.4m
17:051.7m
10:194.0m
22:294.1m
Tue16
05:401.8m
18:072.1m
11:223.7m
23:403.9m
Wed17
06:582.0m
19:322.2m
13:383.6m
Thu18
09:001.9m
21:231.9m
01:583.9m
14:493.8m
Fri19
10:051.5m
22:211.5m
03:054.1m
15:424.1m


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Things to see and do near St. Mawes

If you're planning a visit to St. Mawes, you'll find that there are plenty of things to see and do in the surrounding area. Here are just a few ideas to help you make the most of your trip.

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  • Visit St. Mawes Castle – Built in the 1540s, this historic castle is located on the Roseland Peninsula and is a great place to explore. Take a tour to learn more about the past and take in the stunning views of the surrounding area.
  • Explore St. Mawes Harbour – Located in the centre of the village, St. Mawes Harbour is the perfect place to go for a stroll, take in the views, and enjoy some local seafood.
  • Take a Boat Trip – From St. Mawes, you can book a boat trip to explore the nearby Fal Estuary and enjoy some beautiful views of the coast.
  • Walk the Coastal Path – There are plenty of opportunities to take a coastal walk around St. Mawes, whether it's a leisurely stroll or a more challenging hike.
  • Visit Lamorran Gardens – This tranquil and beautiful garden is located on the outskirts of St. Mawes and is a great place to relax and enjoy some peace and quiet.
  • Go Bird Watching – St. Mawes is renowned for its bird watching opportunities, so make sure to pack your binoculars and make the most of it.
  • Visit St. Anthony's Lighthouse – This historic lighthouse is located close to St. Mawes and offers stunning views of the Fal Estuary.
  • Shop in St. Mawes – With its range of independent shops, galleries and gift shops, St. Mawes is a great place to spend some time browsing and picking up a few souvenirs.
  • Take a Fishing Trip – If you're looking to try your hand at angling, St. Mawes is the perfect place. There are plenty of boats available to take you out and show you the best spots.
  • Enjoy a Cream Tea – St. Mawes is well-known for its cream teas, so make sure to book a table at one of the local cafes and enjoy some delicious scones.
  • Visit Falmouth – Located just a few miles away, Falmouth is a popular destination for visitors to St. Mawes and is home to a range of attractions, including Pendennis Castle and the National Maritime Museum.
  • Visit St. Michael's Mount – Located just off the coast, St. Michael's Mount is a stunning island and can be reached via a ferry from Marazion.
  • Hike the Roseland Peninsula – The Roseland Peninsula is a great place to explore on foot and take in the stunning views of the coastline.
  • Visit the National Seal Sanctuary – Located in Gweek, the National Seal Sanctuary is a great place to learn about local wildlife and get up close to some of the resident seals.
  • Explore the Local Beaches – With its crystal clear waters and white sand beaches, St. Mawes is a great place to spend a day on the beach.

There are many things to see and do near St. Mawes. Whether you're interested in history, nature, or outdoor activities, you'll find plenty of ways to enjoy your time in the area!