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St Mawes

Enjoy one of the best beaches on the Roseland peninsula. Stunning views, beautiful village and foodie heaven.



Plan your day...

  1. Head to the beach - 10 mins
  2. Soak up the sun - 1-3 hours
  3. Stroll around St Mawes - 1 hour
  4. Food - 1 hour

Total day out: 3-6 hours

Top Tips

For a perfect day...

  • Take plenty of sun cream!
  • Take pictures and share them with us #stmawes
  • Grab an ice cream to cool down.

St Mawes Beach

Enjoy St Mawes Beach

St Mawes Beach: Where time stands still.


Enjoy the beautiful beach, the great things to do and fantastic food on offer.

St Mawes Beach is one of the prettiest beaches on the Roseland because of it's charm and activity. You can see the harbour with ferries coming in and out, watch the kayakers and sailors, enjoy an ice cream or explore the village.

1. Walk down and enjoy the beach

St Mawes Beach is right in the heart of St Mawes.


The beach is a bustling place with ferries, kayakers and sailors all using the beach on a nice sunny day.

Pick a spot and soak up the sun and let the world go by.


St Mawes Beach | St Mawes

2. Explore St Mawes

Go for a wonder around the village.


St Mawes has a lot to offer, explore the quirky street, the retro petrol pumps and the beautiful views.

After lounging on the beach for a while and you fancy a wonder, St Mawes has some great beauty spots worth a visit. The castle built between 1539 and 1545, the quay where local fisherman still land and sell their catch and the seaside cafes and bars.

St Mawes

3. Grab a spot of lunch

Tuck into foodie heaven for the whole family in St Mawes...


Cornish cuisine right at your fingertips...

Enjoy some of the fine culinary delights on offer in St Mawes, or for something a bit different, take a picnic and enjoy it in the grounds of the castle. Alternatively take a walk down into St Mawes and explore the fine beaches on offer, see the sailing boats, watch the kayakers and feel the sand between your toes.

Cafe Roseland | Hotel Tresanton | St Mawes Hotel Watch House

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St Mawes Beach

Did you enjoy your day?