St Michael's Way

St Michael's Way was thought to have been used by pilgrims, missionaries and travellers, especially those from Ireland and Wales, to avoid crossing the treacherous waters around Land's End. It is thought to date back to pre-historic times (10,000BCE - 410CE). The trail stretches from Lelant to Marazion and stretches 19.5km. St Michael's Way has been developed with the guidance of the Bredereth Sen Jago (Cornish Pilgrims of St James) and the Cornish Bureau for European Relations.

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