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This picturesque harbour town has rightly earned a reputation as one of the UK’s most sought after holiday destinations, with its rich maritime heritage, stunning coastline plus an impressive art and food scene. Falmouth town itself boasts a thriving harbour and working port, the National Maritime Museum Cornwall, art galleries, boutique shops and award winning restaurants that will delight even the most discerning of diners.

Local Attractions

This part of Cornwall has so much to offer visitors.  From the beautiful sub-tropical Trebah Gardens (pictured), to coastal castles, theme parks, theatres and golf courses, all just a short distance from Tresooth. There is something for all ages and interests. 

Beaches and Watersports

Stunning beaches are commonplace near Falmouth.  Famous beaches include Gyllyngvase, Maenporth, Castle and Swanpool, but there are lots of beautiful hidden coves and smaller beaches to explore as well. Plus sailing, surfing, windsurfing, stand up paddleboarding, boat charters, fishing  – you name the watersport, Falmouth has it!