Ferry Trips
Leave the car at home! Scenic boat trips linking Falmouth, St Mawes, Flushing and the Roseland - click ferries for more details.
Eating & Drinking
From traditional Cornish pubs and waterfront bars, pasty shops, friendly cafes with delicious homemade Cornish specialities, to fabulous seafood restaurants - the choice is yours!

The Falmouth oyster is world renowned and rightly so! That and the profusion of cafes, restaurants and speciality food outlets in Falmouth, has been a key factor in helping put Cornwall on the culinary map. Great prices and great local produce.

We've compiled our very own 'eating out' guide (built up over years of experience!) which you can access by clicking
eating out

Falmouth Art Gallery
The Fal area boasts one of the most exciting art scenes in Cornwall.

Falmouth Art Gallery has one of thee leading art collections in Southwest England, and features works by old masters, major Victorian artists, British and French Impressionists, leading surrealists and maritime artists, children's book illustrators, automata, contemporary painters and printmakers.

More information can be found by clicking on Falmouth Art Gallery

Falmouth Oyster Festival

Starts with a cookery masterclass by a celebrity master chef in Event Square, Falmouth, ends with a town parade, live music, marquees, a Falmouth Working Boat race and sea shanties. The cottage gets booked up early for this event so don't delay! You can check out the date of this year's festival and get more details by clicking Oyster Festival
Falmouth Maritime Museum
An experience as big as the sea! Opening times etc. can be found at Maritime Museum

Pendennis Castle
Henry VIII's finest fortress has spectacular views over sea and coast - more information at Pendennis Castle