The attractive maritime town of Falmouth lies at the southern tip of the famous Cornish Riviera, overlooking the beautiful Fal Estuary and Roseland Peninsula. In 2017, Falmouth has been voted by Sunday Times readers as ‘The Best Place to Live in Britain’.

Falmouth is the world’s third largest natural deep harbour, after Sydney and Rio de Janeiro - an appropriate setting for the magnificent new £28 million National Maritime Museum. Falmouth boasts an excellent array of shops and four sandy beaches. The Fal Estuary and Helford River sailing waters rank amongst the finest in the UK. Two golf courses, sea fishing, horse riding and the beautiful South West Coastal Footpath offer memorable year round enjoyment.

Some of Britain’s most beautiful Gardens flourish in the mild climate, at Trelissick, Glendurgan and Trebah. Many stylish waterfront inns and restaurants lie within a 15 minute drive, at Mylor, Flushing, Restronguet, Maenporth and Helford Passage.

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Attraction Miles
Falmouth – Town ¼
Royal Yacht Club ¼
Maritime Museum ¾
Flushing (by ferry) 1
St Mawes (by ferry) 2
Falmouth – Beaches 2
Mylor 3
Attraction Miles
Restronguet 6
Truro 11
Helston 12
The Lizard 15
St Michael’s Mount 24
St Ives 25
The Eden Project 26

Falmouth Photographs

Glendurgan Gardens Maze

Glendurgan Gardens Maze (National Trust)

National Maritime Museum

National Maritime Museum

Falmouth Harbour

View from the Balcony, Falmouth Harbour


View from the Balcony, Flushing

South West Coastal Path - St Mawes

South West Coastal Footpath, St Mawes

Gweek Seal Sanctuary

Gweek Seal Sanctuary

Treslissick Gardens

Treslissick Gardens (National Trust)

The Eden Project - Cornwall

The Eden Project

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