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Fal River Cornwall - Your digital guide to the best part of Cornwall

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Come and visit the Fal River, Cornwall’s most popular visitor destination. We love it here and we know you will too.

This beautiful Cornish river runs through an Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty and is home to award-winning places to stay, restaurants and attractions.

So prepare to relax on pristine, tranquil waters; get the rush of adrenaline-fuelled excitement on a storm-beaten clifftop; and enjoy lazy days on sun soaked beaches.

Fal River Cornwall. Simply wonderful.

Getting About

Explore the river on our classic ferries with a Mussel Card.

Ferries | Buses | Mussel Card

About Fal River

Set in an area of outstanding natural beauty.

Guide | Videos | Gallery | Blog

Places to Stay

Find award winning places to stay in Cornwall.

Guide | Offers | By Location

What's On

Cornwall's best & most diverse performances, shows & events.

Calendar | Falmouth | Today

Things To Do

The best family days out in Cornwall.

All | Families | Attraction Pass

Buy Tickets Online

Buy Fal Mussel Cards and ferry tickets online & save 10%.

Fal Mussel Card | Ferry Tickets

What's On Around the River

Bah Humbug! A Christmas Carol

Bah Humbug! A Christmas Carol

14 — 31 December

Miracle Theatre, 14 - 31 December, Princess Pavilion, Falmouth

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14 Dec +17 Days
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From 7 November

National Maritime Museum Cornwall celebrates Cornwall's relationship with the sea with new social media community engagement campaign #CornwallTheSeaandMe

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Deal of the Month : Winter Break at The Alverton

Deal of the Month : Winter Break at The Alverton

From 3 November

Let us tempt you to a relaxing and affordable winter break in Cornwall at The Alverton Hotel

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Top Things to do in November

Top Things to do in November

From 1 November

Your comprehensive guide to the best events popping up around the Fal River this November.

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