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Ferries from Falmouth Cornwall

Ferries from Falmouth Cornwall


Falmouth is the ultimate coastal base for day tripping by boat. Enjoy a leisurely day out on an organised trip with one of these wonderful local companies. Enjoy this 20 minute scenic ride connecting the old world fishing harbour of St Mawes with Falmouth. Crossing the harbour 364 days a year, this trip…
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Club International Falmouth England

Club International Falmouth England


If you study at Exeter University’s Tremough Campus or Falmouth School of Art, you know that there’s only one place to go on a Thursday night. Yes, I’m talking about the jewel in the crown of hometown nightlife glory, Club International (commonly referred to as club ‘i’ – classy, we know). Despite Falmouth having two universities, Club I is the only place which sells alcohol…


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ST Mawes to ferry Falmouth United Kingdom

ST Mawes to ferry Falmouth United Kingdom


The pretty village of St.Mawes looks out over the River Fal towards Falmouth. The old fishing port boasts steep and narrow streets rising from the harbour. Today it is a popular place for retirement and holiday homes and boasts an abundance of smart houses in addition to the traditional cob cottages. In recent years, St Mawes has become a popular tourist destination with good…


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Ferry to ST Mawes Falmouth Cornwall

Ferry to ST Mawes Falmouth Cornwall


Few places in Cornwall can compare with the Roseland - one of the most picturesque and unspoilt parts of the British Isles. Lovely beaches and cliffs, delightful rivers and countryside, pretty villages and hamlets all make the Roseland the perfect holiday setting. Here you can walk the cliffs or riverbanks, swim off the beaches, browse the shops, sail, windsurf, waterski, dive…


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ST Mawes to ferry Falmouth England

ST Mawes to ferry Falmouth England


Fred’s Blog In the last week of October 2015 eight of us went down to St Mawes in Cornwall, where we took a house called ‘Dream Catchers’ for the week. (owned by Amanda Selby) The house is half way up the hill above the harbour and has a wonderful view over it. My wife and I decided to go by train and bike, whereas the others went down by car. Cycling from Truro (about 10 miles)…


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