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St Mawes Roseland

St Mawes Village - Roseland

A few informative articles about St Mawes and the surrounding areas

St Mawes CastleSt Mawes Castle

St Mawes castle is a popular tourist attraction owned and operated by the English Heritage. The castle is also available as a rather unique wedding venue. More about St Mawes Castle

Angling St MawesFishing Angling

The village does still have an active fishing fleet made up of trawlers and crabbing boats and much of their produce ends up on the tables of the local restaurants, pubs and hotels. More about fishing

CornwallCornwall

Cornwall provides the visitor with a warm and sunny climate, ample attractions to keep you entertained, an abundance of quality accommodation and pristine beaches. More about Cornwall

FalmouthFalmouth Cornwall

Falmouth is a short ferry ride away from St Mawes and is an interesting place to visit. Steeped in maritime history the town is home to the National Maritime Museum. More about Falmouth

Fish festival 7St Mawes Fish Festival

The St Mawes Fish Festival is now an annual event organised by local fishermen and business's, it offers a chance to sample an array of fish and shellfish. St Mawes fish festival

St Mawes HistoryHistorical Photos

Although change in St Mawes happens at a reasonably slow pace, it is possible to see how the village has developed by looking at old photos from the past 100 years. History of St Mawes

Roseland PeninsulaRoseland Peninsula

The Roseland is a peninsula in the South of Cornwall and is home to many small picturesque villages including St Mawes. A popular holiday destination. Roseland Peninsula

St Mawes SailingSailing in St Mawes

St Mawes and the Carrick Roads are perfect for all types of watersports. St Mawes has a very busy sailing club with races or functions all year round. Sailing in St Mawes

St Mawes One Design SMODSt Mawes One Design

The St Mawes One Design (SMOD) is a popular, locally built, wooden day sailing boat. There is a good number in the area and the fleet are regulaly raced. More about the SMOD

The Bohella BarSt Mawes Social Club (The Bohella Bar)

At the centre of St Mawes is the St Mawes Billiards and Social Club. A lively bar with billiards and pool tables, big screen TV's and regular events.
St Mawes Social Club

St Mawes KayaksThings to do..

St Mawes offers tennis courts, gardens to wander around, boat hire from the local boatyards, Kayaking from the village quay and plenty of walking!
Things to do

Truro CornwallTruro - Cornwall

Truro is the county town of Cornwall and is an excellent town for shopping. Truro also has numerous restaurants, bars and nightclubs. Truro Cornwall
More on Truro

Walking in St MawesWalking in St Mawes

St Mawes and the surrounding area is a lovely location for keen walkers with many excellent walking routes through some very scenic countryside and coastal locations. More on Walking

St Mawes WatersportsSt Mawes Watersports

Being a coastal village St Mawes is naturally a great place to participate in a wide range of watersports from Yachting, dingy sailing, kayaking, windsurfing and more. Watersports in St Mawes

 

St Mawes tides

Tide times for the 23rd April 2014

06:27 - Low Tide (1.40m)
12:42 - High Tide (4.10m)
19:05 - Low Tide (1.50m)

Random photos

Up the river
St Mawes Harbour
Peter Green - Celestial Dawn
St Mawes Carnival 9
Working boat 2
Gig Race
Freshwater Boatyard
Fish festival 4
Summers
The Royal Visit
Cornish Bagpipes
Working boat 3

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