Falmouth and Beyond and Attractions
From art and culture to maritime history, gardens and beaches - Falmouth has it all. Shaped by its strong connection to the sea, its fascinating boating heritage sits comfortably alongside the creative. With a bevy of independent shops, galleries and cafes, as well as plenty of top attractions, this ultimate coastal town is the perfect Cornish destination.
Falmouth and Beyond, Beaches, Gardens, Attractions and Walks
The St Michaels crew have been sharing their best tips on what you can do whilst in Cornwall with your pooch. Our insider info for canine cruising also includes driving times to the destinations.
Falmouth and Beyond, Attractions and Events Nearby
Stretch those legs with a stroll along the seafront, breath in the sea air and head for the unmissable sight of Pendennis Castle perched on its headland and watching over Falmouth Bay. Built over 450 years ago by Henry VIII the granite stronghold sits opposite its sister castle in St Mawes making a powerful defence for the entrance to Falmouth harbour.
Falmouth and Beyond, Beaches, Gardens, Attractions, On the Water and Romantic Cornwall
So, you are thinking of popping the question. Congrats! Now you’ve chosen the lucky person, and possibly the ring, it’s time to choose a special place for the big moment. Cornwall is a romantic place at any time of the year – crashing waves, secluded coves, starry nights and stunning sunsets – so it really is the perfect place for a proposal. We’ve rounded up a top selection of proposal spots:
Falmouth and Beyond, Attractions, Romantic Cornwall and Foodie Cornwall
Gentle south facing slopes, drenched in summer sun, cocooned in the warm bubble of the gulf stream. The perfect place for a vineyard. Winemaking in Cornwall has taken off in a big way in the last few years and what better way to spend a romantic day together than touring the estates and sipping bubbly on sun drenched terraces.
Falmouth and Beyond, Falmouth Town, Arts and Culture, Falmouth Harbour, Heritage and Attractions
Falmouth isn't just about fantastic beaches and boats bobbing in the bay - it has a rich heritage and fascinating history. We've picked out our favourite day out to help you explore more...
Gardens, Heritage and Attractions
On the banks of the River Fal lies the secretive estate of Tregothnan, home to the same family since 1335. Famous for having the UK's only tea plantation, you can only visit the gardens during their monthly tours, as a private guided tour or on the popular charity open weekend on 16th & 17th April 2016.