Truro, Cornwall

Truro tide times

May 2023

Truro tide times

Date High tide High tide
Sun28 12:152.1m
Mon29 00:262.3m 13:362.2m
Tue30 01:462.4m 14:402.4m
Wed31 02:542.6m 15:332.6m

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June 2023

Truro tide times

Date High tide High tide
Thu01 03:492.8m 16:222.8m
Fri02 04:402.9m 17:083.0m
Sat03 05:283.1m 17:523.2m
Sun04 06:153.2m 18:353.3m
Mon05 07:023.2m 19:193.4m
Tue06 07:483.2m 20:033.4m
Wed07 08:353.1m 20:483.4m
Thu08 09:253.0m 21:373.2m
Fri09 10:182.8m 22:303.1m
Sat10 11:172.7m 23:312.9m
Sun11 12:222.6m

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June 2023

Truro tide times

Date High tide High tide
Mon12 00:402.8m 13:292.6m
Tue13 01:502.8m 14:312.7m
Wed14 02:532.8m 15:272.8m
Thu15 03:502.9m 16:192.9m
Fri16 04:423.0m 17:063.0m
Sat17 05:303.0m 17:493.1m
Sun18 06:133.0m 18:283.2m
Mon19 06:533.0m 19:033.2m
Tue20 07:292.9m 19:373.2m
Wed21 08:042.8m 20:113.1m
Thu22 08:392.7m 20:453.0m
Fri23 09:162.6m 21:212.9m
Sat24 09:552.5m 22:002.8m
Sun25 10:382.4m 22:432.6m

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Things to see and do near Truro

If you're planning a visit to Truro, 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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  • Sightseeing – Truro is a great place to explore and take in the sights. From the beautiful Cathedral to the Royal Cornwall Museum, there's something to admire around every corner.
  • Hiking – A great way to explore the stunning Cornish countryside is to go for a hike. The Southwest Coast Path is a popular route, running from Plymouth to Land's End.
  • Kayaking – The River Fal is a great spot for kayaking, with plenty of wildlife to spot as you paddle.
  • Shopping – Truro is home to some great independent shops and high street stores, as well as a bustling farmers market.
  • Kite Surfing – With its strong winds, Cornwall is a popular spot for kite surfing. Head to the beaches around Truro to give it a go.
  • Surfing – Many of Cornwall's beaches are renowned for their surfing, and Truro is no exception.
  • Fishing – Fishing is a popular pastime in Cornwall, and you'll find plenty of spots to go fishing around Truro.
  • Cycle Trails – There are some great cycle trails around Truro, perfect for leisurely rides or more energetic tours.
  • Golf – There are a number of golf courses in the area, from the championship-standard Trevose Golf & Country Club to the 9-hole course at Chacewater.
  • Horse Riding – The countryside around Truro is great for horse riding, with plenty of trails to explore.
  • Boat Trips – Head out on the sea for a spot of sightseeing, or take a fishing trip.
  • Historic Houses – There are several historic houses in the area, from the grand Trerice to the charming Trelissick Garden.
  • Gardens – Tregothnan, the historic home of the Earls of Falmouth, is home to some beautiful gardens.
  • The Eden Project – Head to the nearby Eden Project to explore its amazing biodomes and gardens.
  • Beaches – Spend the day relaxing on the beach, or take part in some watersports. There are plenty of great beaches to choose from around Truro.

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