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Falmouth, Cornwall, Visitor & Tourism Guide
Select Towns & Villages: St. Mawes
, St. Ives
Fascinating maritime town
A fascinating maritime town in south Cornwall
with the third largest natural harbour in the world. Truro's
a short drive to the north and the Lizard
Peninsula to the south. Falmouth looks out onto the River Fal and Estuary
and Falmouth Bay. Across the water is St Mawes Castle
and the exceptional St. Mawes
Darwin returned from his famous trip on HMS Beagle to Falmouth in 1836, Dame Ellen MacArthur set off on hers more recently.
The town's packed with things to do and see. Walk, or drive, to Falmouth Pendennis Castle
and Pendennis Point. There's the National Maritime Museum Cornwall, the harbour and beaches. There are art galleries and antique shops, restaurants and cafes. You can take boat trips across to St. Mawes
or up the Rivers Fal and Truro to Cornwall's capital
It's a great base from which to explore the south of Cornwall
. Lizard Point
is to the south, as is the exceptional Kynance Cove
which is managed by the National Trust. St Michael's Mount
makes an easy day drip as does St. Ives
. It takes slightly longer to get down to Land's End
but we'd head to the area for Sennen Cove Beach
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Less than a mile away.
Total Bedrooms: 4; Maximum Occupants: 8; Rates: £1,259 - £2,999 Per Week
A prominent house with annex situated in the heart of Falmouth with stunning sea views. The property benefits from a water front balcony and large private garden to the rear....
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