Falmouth

A watery wonder surrounded by picturesque creeks and inlets. With a fascinating sailing heritage, a thriving student community and a growing reputation as a centre of modern creativity, Falmouth is building a name for itself as one of the South West’s leading cultural and festival destinations.

Harbour Lights Fish and Chips

As they’re meant to be eaten – by the sea. ‘Independent Fish and Chip Restaurant of the Year 2017’ – The National Fish & Chip Awards.

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The South West Coast Path

300 miles of coves, moorland and sublime beaches – truly the most breathtaking way to experience Cornwall's coastal scenery.

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Cornish Castles

Twice the fun for history buffs at Pendennis and Mawes castles. There’s great family fun including a gun deck in action, Grand Medieval Jousts and Pirates Attack!

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Beerwolf Books

Beer and books. What's not to like? Simple pleasures best enjoyed in honest surroundings – a welcome retreat when you’ve lost your sea legs.

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National Maritime Museum

Great British seafaring stories and famous figures. Captain Bligh meets tattoo art history meets a documentary capturing the lives on the coast.

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More destinations to explore…

Truro
Truro

Cornwall’s county town has a wealth of impressive architecture and is a bustling centre of arts, culture, history and food.

St Austell
St Austell

History and hidden gems on the Cornish Riviera. St Austell is a treasure trove for lovers of good food and beer.

Exeter
Exeter

Devon’s capital is a vibrant, modern city with an ancient history, a thriving cultural life, fascinating visitor attractions and a magnificent Gothic cathedral.