Local Golf Clubs
Golf is one of the most popular outdoor activities in and around Falmouth. The fabulous coastal settings of some of the local clubs coupled with fresh, local cuisine combine to make Falmouth and Cornwall a superb golfing destination. Very close to Falmouth Bay Holiday Apartments is the Falmouth Golf Club which is not a long course but it has a few challenging holes. Further afield are Budock Vean Golf Club, Killiow Golf Club and Truro Golf Club all of which are excellent in there own way. Click on the links below for more information.
Whether you’re a serious angler, seasonal enthusiast or just fancy giving it a go, as outdoor activities go, fishing has a lot to offer in Falmouth due to it being one of the best coastal spots for fishing in the UK. The sheer range of habitats in such close proximity – rocky and sandy shoreline, cove, creek, river, reef and wreck give rise to an impressive variety of species that can be easily accessed by boat or on foot. Pendennis Point, Gyllyngvase Headland, Maenporth Headland and St Anthony’s Head are all within striking distance of Falmouth Bay Holiday Apartments. Click on the link below for more information.
Walking is another of the most popular outdoor activities in and around Falmouth because of the South West Coastal Path which passes through Falmouth. On offer are gentle beachside strolls to longer creekside and cliff walks, walkers of all ages and abilities will find something to suit in Falmouth. There are a plethora of trails covering coastal paths, bridleways, quiet lanes as well as the South West Coastal Path, which runs right through Falmouth. A short drive or ferry ride can get you walking trails around the Roseland Peninsula and St Mawes. If you fancy a lakeside walk you could try Swanpool which has good views at the northern and southern sides. Right on the doorstep of Falmouth Bay Holiday Apartments is a coastal walk from Falmouth all the way to Maenporth which offers stunning sea views. Click on the link below for more information.
In the list of popular outdoor activities in in Cornwall bird spotting ranks quite high. Cornwall is the envy of the British birdwatching community for the countless unexpected species that turn up each year in spring and autumn, migrants blown off course or overshooting their target. Falmouth and the local area has various sites which offer good opportunities to spot a wide variety of birds, Gulls, Grebes, Guillemots, Mallards and Reed Warblers to name a few. Close to Falmouth Bay Holiday Apartments the South West Coastal Path offers many opportunities to find breeding birds which can be seen following the fishing boats in the estuary as they come inshore. Click on the links below for more information.