Visit Falmouth for the Maritime Museum and Pendennis Castle or take a boat trip down the Fal River or over to St. Mawes.
Falmouth also hosts many vibrant events including, the Oyster Festival, Sea Shanty Festival and the Tall Ships. Not to mention Falmouth Week during August when the Red Arrows visit and there is daily entertainment in the town.
Cornwall is famous for its beautiful beaches. Visit Gyllyngvase and Swanpool in Falmouth where paddle boards can be hired or if you are feeling energetic walk to our nearest beach Maenporth and hire out a kayak to explore the crystal clear waters.
Helford Passage is a delight, hire a boat to explore the river, go crabbing off the pontoon or take the ferry to the other side. The South West coast path is only a mile away as are the gardens of Trebah and Glendurgan. Explore the local creek side villages of Port Navas and Gweek, which is home to the Seal Sanctuary.
Eat out in the numerous restaurants and pubs in Falmouth or explore the local village pubs and savour the delights of food cooked using locally sourced produce.