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Videos Falmouth Cornwall. See our walk-through videos of Falmouth Bay Holiday Apartments and of the surrounding area, which gives an insight into the wonderful sights and sounds that can found locally. 

Dramatic cliffs, secluded coves, rocky outcrops and vast expanses of beach. Away from the sea, there is moorland, wooded valleys and a variety of market towns and villages. 

Falmouth By The Sea

Falmouth is a town on the coast of Cornwall in southwest England. It’s known for its deep natural harbour on the Fal Estuary, and beaches like Swanpool and Gyllyngvase. Falmouth is famous for it’s National Maritime Museum, well worth a visit, with lots to see and do. Pendennis Castle is a must-see, a well-preserved 16th-century fortress built by Henry VIII. Also recommended, to the southwest, Trebah Garden with it’s sub-tropical gardens.

Beauty and History of Cornwall

Cornwall is a county on England’s rugged southwestern tip. It forms a peninsula encompassing wild moorland and hundreds of sandy beaches. The south coast, is home to picturesque harbour villages such as Fowey and Falmouth. The north coast, with towering cliffs and seaside resorts renowned worldwide for surfing. If you visit Cornwall you’ll love its stunning diversity. Historic Cornwall can be found everywhere. From the buildings to the standing stones. The mining industry and ancient Cornish hedges. Fishing and farming still thrives and hasn’t changed for centuries.
The effects of the Gulf Stream mean that Cornwall has the sunniest climate in the UK. It also has the mildest climate in the United Kingdom. Warm ocean currents ensure that snow and frost are rare in Cornwall. Even during the winter months. Cornwall experiences some of the longest hours of sunlight in the UK with 1541 hours per year.