If you’re looking for the Cornwall camping sites, Falmouth has some of the best on offer. Whether it’s sleeping under the stars, having a barbeque night, or sharing stories by the fire, camping allows you to get back to nature and bond with your family. Falmouth boasts breathtaking sceneries ideal for an outdoor getaway – …
Falmouth with Kids
Falmouth is the heart of the county’s maritime heritage. It is home to the five-storey National Maritime Museum and the impressive Pendennis Castle, a fortress built in the 16th century by Henry VIII to protect Britain from invaders.
Falmouth also has a lively art scene, and you will find brilliant displays at the Falmouth Art Gallery. If it’s sand and sea you want, Falmouth has family-friendly beaches, including Gyllyngvase, Swanpool and Maenporth.
The lush and subtropical Trebah Garden lies seven miles from the town centre. Visit this Cornwall town in June, and you can witness the Falmouth Sea Shanty Festival, a gathering of singers performing songs of the sea.