Falmouth Sea Front
Gyllyngvase Beach

Falmouth Inner Harbour

Queen Mary Gardens

Historic Falmouth

Falmouth is one of the foremost holiday destinations in the UK making the town the ideal base for a memorable holiday in Cornwall. Falmouth has been a flourishing port for over 400 years and the historic natural harbour is the third largest in the world, providing a focal point for many water sports activities and the perfect location for the National Maritime Museum, Cornwall.

Falmouth has a long maritime tradition dating back to the days of the tea clippers and there are regular marine events staged throughout the season ranging from gig and yacht racing to food and drink festivals. Events include Henri Lloyd Falmouth Week, Falmouth Oyster Festival and Falmouth Spring Festival. Something for everyone, whatever your interests.

Restaurants and Shops

Falmouth has a wide range of shops, cafes, waterside pubs and restaurants, many of which have superb views out across the harbour and on to Flushing and St Mawes. You will find a charming mix of shops ranging from well known high street names to individual specialist retailers in Falmouth's busy main street. There is also a wide and ever expanding range of small galleries featuring many talented local artists.

Blue Flag Beaches

Falmouth Sea Front is one of the focal points of the town with the lovely, Blue Flag, Gyllyngvase Beach together with Castle Beach and the Swanpool Beach Leisure Centre. Falmouth also has several lovely and beautifully maintained gardens including Queen Mary Gardens and the Princess Pavilion with its listed bandstand and free entertainment on most summer evenings.

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