Situated on the southwestern coast of Cornwall, this quaint town is most famous for its harbour. In fact, Falmouth possesses the third deepest harbour in the world, and the deepest in all of Europe. The film and television industry have filmed various projects in Falmouth. And the Glendurgan Garden entices visitors with exotic foliage year round.
What youNEED TO KNOW
Port Name & Location Falmouth Harbour Ship may DOCK or ANCHOR OFF SHORE at this port.
Time Zone BST (British Summer Time) UTC/GMT +1 hour
Language The local language is English.
Currency & Shopping British Pound (GPB) Native crafts, souvenirs, pastries and fish markets.
Best Way to Get Around Organized Shore Excursion for Lanhydrock House, Fowery, sightseeing, St. Michael's Mount, Cornish Cream Tea tasting and more! Taxis and buses available.
Famous For Falmouth lies on the southern coastline of Cornwall and is perhaps best known for its large natural harbour. Falmouth Harbour is known for its pleasure trips, cruises and summer sailing regattas.
Fun Fact #1 Falmouth is also home to one of the county's biggest cricket clubs, where four teams represent the town in the Cornwall Cricket League.