Welcome to our latest location Falmouth, situated on the calmer south coast of Cornwall. Sheltered in the mouth of the River Fal with easy access to an abundance of boating experiences, Falmouth is arguably the best spot for boating and sailing in the UK. Enjoy great food from the many bars and restaurants with waterside access, pop over to St Mawes or discover one of the many coves and beaches, often completely to yourself.
With so much to do and see, it is hard to know where to start with Falmouth. A quirky cultural town, heavily influenced by the international university, blended with the chilled out Cornish vibe. Food is amazing in Falmouth, the variety of cuisine from around the world can be experienced from the waterside. There are many places to moor up to access the town and many restaurants and bars have waterside access.
This delightful quintessential Cornish seaside village is a popular visitor destination, made even more pleasurable when arriving by boat. 5 minutes across the bay from Falmouth by boat, your journey by car would take an hour! Once you arrive, sample the delights from the abundance of bars, restaurants and cafes including the infamous Idle Rocks with its fine waterside dining.
St Anthony Head
What can we say about this perfect beach? Lovely sand, some great snorkelling and the perfect sheltered destination when the winds are from the east. Located next to St Mawes and for those who remember, home to the lighthouse from the children's TV program Fraggle Rock. Like all the beaches in Cornwall, expect crystal clear water, perfect for, well everything.
One of the three great beaches within a stone's throw of Falmouth. This beach offers shallow sandy access, making it perfect to anchor away from the crowds, whilst still being in the shallows. There is a cafe on the beach which sells incredible ice-cream and as with all the Cornish beaches, the rocky surrounds offer incredible snorkelling in the clearest of water.
A short trip across Falmouth Bay, the Helford River meanders inland, surrounded by ancient forest, it truly is a peaceful and magical experience. Explore one of the many creeks and inlets and enjoy the peace and quiet Helford is famous for. Another must along the passage is lunch at the Ferryboat Inn. A 300-year-old traditional pub, accessible from the water, serving homemade pub classics, from farm to table, in true Cornish style.