Coasteering is one of the best ways of exploring St. Mary’s incredible coastline. Trips are based in the waters around the unique granite shapes of Peninnis Head. “Explore gullies, piles of giant boulders to scramble, swim and get washed under, towering granite cliffs and, of course, HUGE jumps” – says Kernow Coasteering, who run these awesome trips.
Visiting St Mary’s
Check out our island page for St Mary’s for more information
You might also be interested in:
- Walk the coastal path around the whole island – see our Islandeering route
- Watch a gig race
- Walk The Garrison
- Flowers of St Mary’s
- Visit islets off St Mary’s
- Wild swimming on St Mary’s
- Scilly Swim Challenge & inter-island swims
- Coasteering on St Mary’s
- Visiting ancient and historic sites
- Sea kayaking
- Spotting whales and dolphins
The other Scilly Isles are also excellent destinations and all within easy reach of St Mary’s using the characterful inter-island boats.
Other islands of the British Isles
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