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About Falmouth

To describe Falmouth as picturesque would be an understatement. Its natural harbour, the third largest deep-water harbour in the world, makes it a real draw for sailing enthusiasts. The town's heart lies just off the waterfront, where you'll find a charming mix of shops, art galleries, cafes and restaurants. Great for indulging in the local specialities of freshly caught seafood and the delights of Cornish cream teas.

Of course, Falmouth is really famous for its beautiful sandy beaches. Along the coastline, and within easy walking distance of the town, you'll discover clear waters, long stretches of beach and secluded sheltered coves - all perfect for swimming or just having fun. With the National Maritime Museum, art galleries and gardens, together with the nearby castles of Pendennis and St Mawes (built by Henry VIII), you're sure to find plenty to do in this relaxing seaside town.

 

Shore excursions in Falmouth

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