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Marazion Marsh, Marazion

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Wildlife Area · Hidden Gem · Nature / Park
Marazion Marsh is a Royal Society for the Protection of Birds (RSPB) reserve situated in a shallow river valley, half a kilometre to the west of Marazion, Cornwall, UK. It is separated from the coast by a shingle bar and small sand dune system and contains Cornwall’s largest reed bed.
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  • This is a great spot for birding with all the right ingredients to keep the binoculars happy. It runs alongside a busy road so there's not the sense of quiet that you might expect but it does mean...  more »
  • After visiting St. Michael's Mount and walking along Marazion beach, we found our dessert for the day: a lovely stroll through the marshland and picking lots of tasty brambles.  more »
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