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BRITAIN’S TREASURES: ST MICHAEL’S MOUNT

The murder crime scene of ancient Cornish giants, or simply a holiday destination straight out of every fairytale book, the Mount is Cornwall’s jewel

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GETTING THERE: If the direction ‘aim south-west and just keep going’ is not enough, drivers can follow the A30 east, or the A394 to Penzance. The nearest train station is at Penzance, and a bus service reaches Marazion from there.

TIMES AND PRICES: Open 10.30am-4pm Tuesday and Friday, with extended opening over Christmas and summer. Closed January 2017. National Trust members get in free.

FIND OUT MORE: Call 01736 710265 or visit www.stmichaelsmount.co.uk

The glistening tidal island of St Michael’s Mount juts from the North Atlantic about as far southwest as you can travel in the UK without starting to doggy paddle to France.

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