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Falmouth : les meilleures activités

Découvrez la ville à travers les yeux des habitants. Trouvez les meilleures activités, les meilleures tables et obtenez de précieux conseils auprès des personnes qui vivent ici.

Château
“Set on a headland with breathtaking views out to sea, Pendennis Castle is one of Henry VIII’s finest coastal fortresses. The picturesque castle has defended Cornwall since Tudor times and played a vital role during the two World Wars. Today, you can experience the sights and sounds of battle, meet costumed characters from Pendennis’ past, look out for enemies, and witness the daily firing of a historic gun (Apr – Oct). Don't miss our fascinating exhibition, 'Fortress Falmouth and the First World War', which examines life at the castle during WW1.”
44 habitants locaux recommandent
Bus Station
“Quite interesting if you like boats. If the weather is good then there are many better things to do.”
29 habitants locaux recommandent
Restaurant de fruits de mer
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“Best seafood around - sometimes takes months to book so get in early ( if you can). Open Thurs/Fri/Sat and cash only! A great experience. 20-25 minute walk into town or 5-minute drive. ”
45 habitants locaux recommandent
Museum
“Great exhibition that changes. Activities for kids lots of days. See across the harbour and under it. Sailing boats are always a winner. ”
33 habitants locaux recommandent
Cafe
“Gylly Beach Café short walk from the apartment to a fantastic beach location to have your breakfast lunch or dinner”
29 habitants locaux recommandent
Galerie d'art
“Based in an iconic listed building in the heart of Falmouth the Poly promotes engagement in the arts, sciences and Cornish History through film, live events, exhibitions, lectures and workshops. ”
24 habitants locaux recommandent
Bar
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“Really lovely gastro pub in Falmouth with great beer and brilliant views. Book a table”
25 habitants locaux recommandent
Restaurant
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“Modern British Seafood in the heart of Falmouth. Incredible, simple, seasonal, honest food. Chef Ken creates ever evolving menus which combine his passion for his beloved Cornish homelands with the best seasonal produce available. £££”
20 habitants locaux recommandent
Bar
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“Another unusual one.Its like a library with alcohol, and none the worse for that.Unless you've sampled too much of the alcohol.You can never have enough of a good book though!Nice cafe adjoining too.”
29 habitants locaux recommandent
Café
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“Cool, trendy cafe serving really excellent coffee and the usual coffee shop type stuff”
26 habitants locaux recommandent
Café
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“Serving food throughout the day, and often with live music at night, this place is always busy. The beach is family friendly too.”
20 habitants locaux recommandent
Boulangerie
“In the Telegraph's top 20 bakeries in the UK, Stones is on the Old High Street and makes some of the best Sourdough we have ever tasted! Delicious pastries, cakes and hot drinks. ”
21 habitants locaux recommandent
Beach
“Falmouth's main beach - icecreams, paddleboarding, kayaking, volleyball, toilets, views, fish and chips, a restaurant overlooking the sea with outdoor seating and heaters /blankets in the evening. 20-minute scenic walk from the apartment. Just a bit further along the coast than Swanpool beach.”
25 habitants locaux recommandent
Bus Station
“Learn all about the ocean and its influences. Check their website for special events!”
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Pub
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“One of the old original pubs of Cornwall, sit outside and soak up the atmosphere”
25 habitants locaux recommandent
Tapas Restaurant
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“Provedore is a neighbourhood Tapas Bar and Cafe, run by Bev and Tim MacKenzie and is situated amongst the terraces high above the harbour town of Falmouth. Provedore is very much a meeting and eating destination in the day and cook up interesting and tasty Spanish, North African food on Thursday, Friday and Saturday nights, not forgetting the odd Malaysian dish here and there, inspired by their travels. £££”
24 habitants locaux recommandent