On a nice night, the Minack Theatre is the perfect place to be. Set into a cliff side, it overlooks the Atlantic Ocean, and provides panoramic sunset views, all while watching a play or a movie.
While fish and chips are an English staple, England is also known for having very good restaurants of other ethnicities.
Be sure to stop into Thai Orchid to experience a little bit of Thailand along the coast of England.
The Eden Project, home to some of the largest indoor greenhouses, is a perfect way to spend a rainy day. From the rainforests to the Mediterranean olive groves, the Eden Project is educated children and adults on how important our ecosystems are to maintain.
The Helford River is absolutely beautiful, and is even better when you can explore it by boat. At the Ferry Boat Inn, you can rent a boat for a few hours to explore the river and all of its inlets, and then pop back for a pint and some chips after!
The Working Boat is a classic local pub, the perfect place for a drink along the water, and to experience traditional English pub food.
Rain or shine, warm or cold, at Gylly Beach you will see groups of women and men, without wetsuits, taking a swim in the sea.
Getting fish and chips from Harbour Lights is a must! The freshest and crispiest fish around. Locals and tourists alike flock to Harbour Lights no matter the weather.
All that needs to be said is that the rosemary sea salt focaccia will change the way you think about bread.
Take a quick ferry ride from Falmouth to St. Mawes. With a castle on the other side, and St. Anthony’s lighthouse, there’s a lot to see!
In the Falmouth Moor on Wednesdays, there is a local produce market where you can buy an enormous cauliflower for 1 pound.
If you’re wandering through Falmouth during the day, from 12pm-5pm, and you’re feeling a bit peckish, you have to try Fal Falafel. Their homemade falafel, hummus, and plentiful salads will have you satisfied and dying to come back for more.
Take a stunning walk from Swanpool Beach to Maenporth along Cornwall’s South West Coast Path.
Walk along bright yellow gorse bushes, that smell of coconut, and watch for seal pups and dolphin pods in the crystal waters below.
Falmouth’s exclusive seafood only restaurant, the Wheelhouse, is tough to get into, but well worth a month in advance reservation. For a very reasonable price you can feast on the freshest crab, lobster, prawns, mussels, scallops, and more.
It’s set in an easy to miss alley way, but once you spot the natorious mermaid sculpture, you’ll know you’ve arrived.