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Falmouth offers a wealth of attractions and activities ranging from stunning scenery and Blue Flag beaches to food festivals and yacht racing events. The town also has a diverse cultural agenda with a top quality art gallery and an arts festival held in September. View some of the videos below to appreciate the beauty and tranquillity of Falmouth.

Falmouth Attractions

Falmouth has a great deal to offer, everything from the National Maritime Museum to Blue Flag sandy beaches to fine food all locally sourced.

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Falmouth Attractions

Falmouth Oyster Festival

The Oyster Festival showcases fantastic Cornish food and drink. The festival is a celebration of Falmouth's unique Oyster harvesting industry.

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Falmouth Oyster Festival

ZestiFAL

ZestiFAL is a big new festival celebrating health, sport and well-being in Falmouth. There are lots free activities including paddleboarding, scuba and swimming

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ZestiFAL

Falmouth Aerial Video

Wonderful views of Falmouth from the air and the sea featuring the fantastic beaches, the surrounding AONB, the Helford, and Trebah Gardens.

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Falmouth Aerial Video

Sea Shanty Festival

A festival of Sea Shanties, Songs of the Sea and Cornish Songs. A fascinating glimpse into the world of maritime music while raising funds for the RNLI.

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Sea Shanty Festival

Falmouth

Falmouth has something for everyone including unspoilt white sand beaches, miles of coastal walks, a historic harbour and bustling town centre.

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Falmouth

Falmouth Art Gallery

The Falmouth Art Gallery collection includes work by many fine artists including Henry Scott Tuke. Check this video out to see where Tuke painted many of his masterpieces.

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Falmouth Art Gallery

Spirit of the Sea

Falmouth provides a diverse range of attractions from food festivals to yachting regattas. This Spirit of the Sea video highlights what is on offer.

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Spirit of the Sea

National Maritime Museum

The National Maritime Museum Falmouth has a wide range of exhibits including Ben Ainslie's Olympic 2012 winning Finn. Check out the NMM on this video.

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National Maritime Museum

Sailing Around Falmouth

Falmouth has one of the largest natural harbours in the world together with loads of quiet estuaries making it the ideal centre for sailing.

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Sailing Around Falmouth

The North Cornwall Coast

Great video showing all that is on offer on the North Cornwall Coast including stunning, rugged scenery, secluded coves and world class surfing.

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The North Cornwall Coast

West Cornwall

West Cornwall encompasses both the Lizard and Penwith peninsulas offering stunning scenery and a long artistic history at St Ives and Newlyn.

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West Cornwall

Bude

Bude in North Cornwall is a relaxing and stress free town offering superb beaches, coast walks and the historic Bude Canal.

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Bude

Boscastle

A video guide to the picturesque and romantic fishing village of Boscastle offering spectacular coastal walks and local artists and potters.

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Boscastle

Fowey

Fowey has a special charm located on a tranquil estuary with a wide range of individual shops and galleries and home to local artists.

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Fowey

Looe

The working fishing port of Looe has everything from superb beaches to the tranquil Looe Valley and the nearby Monkey Sanctuary.

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Looe

Porthcurno

The beautiful cove of Porthcurno is home to the spectacular Minack Theatre and the historic Telegraph Museum.

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Porthcurno

Penzance

Penzance has everything from shops and galleries to sandy beaches and the spectacular St Michaels Mount at nearby Marazion.

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Penzance

Padstow

Padstow is a beautiful estuary town offering great walking, fine cuisine, sandy beaches and the popular Camel Cycle Trail.

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Padstow

Bodmin Moor

The rugged beauty of Bodmin Moor is at the heart of the county and is a walkers paradise offering blues skies, skylarks and moorland ponies.

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Bodmin Moor

The Roseland Peninsula

The Roseland Peninsula is a designated area of outstanding natural beauty and is the perfect place to relax and enjoy its peace and tranquillity.

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The Roseland Peninsula

St Ives

St Ives is a very special place offering sandy beaches and an artistic heritage reflected in the Tate Gallery and Bernard Leach pottery.

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St Ives

The Lizard Peninsula

The Lizard Peninsula is the most Southerly point in the UK offering both the tranquillity of the Helford River and the rugged beauty of Kynance Cove.

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The Lizard Peninsula

Cornwall from the Water

A great video showing Cornwall from the sea and providing an overview of all the amazing attractions the county has to offer.

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Cornwall from the Water

Beaches in Cornwall

Another great video providing an overview of all the amazing beaches Cornwall has to offer. Everything from quiet coves to world class surfing.

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Beaches in Cornwall

Rick Stein On Winter in Cornwall

Rick Stein describes his love of Cornwall in the winter with great food, convivial pubs and spectacular, rugged winter scenery.

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Rick Stein On Winter in Cornwall


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