The Beach Guide

Marazion - surfing

Marazion is quite sheltered so takes a fair old swell to get going. On top of this the prevailing wind is a South Westerly which is onshore. To get any swell into Marazion usually requires a South Westerly gale so most of the time it's onshore.


Perfect conditions are a huge South swell and Northerly winds which does happen every year or so. I've seen Marazion at a solid 4ft and offshore on occasions. However, it is still a fairly weak, slopey wave due to the shallow sea bed. More of a longboard wave really.


There are a few reefs round here that can get good and hold a 6ft+ swell - you'll have to find those yourself though!

Surf report

Type of beach

Sandy

Lifeguard service

Lifeguard service during summer months (7 July - 2 September)

Parking

There are a number of car parks on the beach front to the west of the town.

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