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New Falmouth Guide Launches

From 29 May 2012

Definitive guide to Falmouth is launched by Falmouth BID, Falmouth Town Council and Fal River Cornwall.

Falmouth is one of the jewels in Cornwall's crown and a definitive new guide to this Cornish town has now been launched.

Working in partnership, Falmouth BID, Fal River Cornwall and Falmouth Town Council have pooled their skills to produce the new guide.

The guide features the best of the town, including places to stay, things to do and places to eat. It's desinged to promote businesses within the town as well as being an invaluable resource to visitors and locals a like.

The following is the introduction to the Guide, from the Falmouth Partners:

'Welcome to Falmouth’s Town Guide. We’d like to invite you to enjoy this spectacular area - famed
as much for its food and festival scene as for its spellbinding river, breathtaking beaches, cultural centre and maritime heritage.

'Working together to ensure that both locals and visitors experience the very best on offer, our partnerships and collective approach aim to preserve and develop the unique character of the town.

'Based around a thriving harbour, Falmouth is busy with all year-round activity while also providing an abundance of cafés, restaurants, shops and festivals.

'With plenty to see and do, you’ll find museums, castles and great walking routes scattered amongst scenic surroundings boasting brilliant beaches and world-class watersports.

'Falmouth is also gateway to the Fal River - Cornwall’s most popular visitor destination. This beautiful Cornish river runs through an Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty and is surrounded by award winning places to stay, attractions, sub-tropical gardens and great things to see and do.

'All this is connected by a network of ferries, buses and trains, best enjoyed with the great value Fal Mussel Card, the river’s ‘“Hop-On Hop-Off” travel pass.

We hope you enjoy your visit.'

Click on the image below to view the guide in full...

Falmouth Guide