Falmouth, Cornwall

Falmouth tide times



April 2024

Falmouth tide times

Date Low tides High tides
Sat13
03:270.5m
15:440.8m
09:144.8m
21:194.8m
Sun14
04:030.9m
16:201.3m
09:444.4m
21:484.5m
Mon15
04:451.4m
17:051.7m
10:194.0m
22:294.1m
Tue16
05:401.8m
18:072.1m
11:223.7m
23:403.9m
Wed17
06:582.0m
19:322.2m
13:383.6m
Thu18
09:001.9m
21:231.9m
01:583.9m
14:493.8m
Fri19
10:051.5m
22:211.5m
03:054.1m
15:424.1m


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Things to see and do near Falmouth

If you're planning a visit to Falmouth, you'll find that there are plenty of things to see and do in the surrounding area. Here are just a few ideas to help you make the most of your trip.

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  • Beach House Art - Check out the Beach House Blog for guides on pressing seaweed and more!
  • Exploring the Coastline – Take a walk along the stunning coastline of Falmouth, with its golden sand, crystal clear waters and hidden coves.
  • National Maritime Museum – Stop by this museum to learn more about the seafaring history of Cornwall, with its interactive exhibits and remarkable collections.
  • Trebah Garden – Admire the beauty of this 25-acre subtropical paradise with sub-tropical plants, exotic trees, and stunning views of the Helford River.
  • Pendennis Castle – Visit this 16th century fortress and learn about its role in protecting the coastline from many historical invasions.
  • Gyllyngvase Beach – Spend a day enjoying the calm waters and stunning views of this popular beach.
  • St Michael's Mount – Visit this tidal island, with its medieval castle and beautiful gardens, connected to the mainland by a causeway.
  • St Ives – Take a trip to this picturesque fishing village, with its cobbled streets, galleries and shops.
  • Flambards Theme Park – Enjoy a day of thrilling rides and attractions at this popular amusement park.
  • The Minack Theatre – Visit this outdoor theatre, carved into the cliffs and enjoy a show with incredible views over the sea.
  • Glendurgan Garden – Explore this romantic valley garden, with its winding paths, lakes and exotic plants.
  • Land's End – Visit the most westerly point of England, with its stunning cliffs, rugged coastlines and spectacular views.
  • The Eden Project – Discover the wonders of the world's largest indoor rainforest, with its diverse vegetation and fascinating displays.
  • St Keverne – Spend a day exploring this quaint village, with its quaint shops, traditional pubs and beautiful harbour.
  • The Lizard – Visit this beautiful peninsula and discover its rugged coastline, quaint villages and spectacular views.
  • Falmouth Harbour – Take a trip on a boat from Falmouth Harbour to explore the stunning coastline and its many hidden coves and beaches.

There are many things to see and do near Falmouth. Whether you're interested in history, nature, or outdoor activities, you'll find plenty of ways to enjoy your time in the area!