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Its coastal location means it’s hard not to want to visit Falmouth’s beaches. The best time to experience them is during the summer months. Temperatures average at around 19 degrees in July, which is also the best time to dip in the sea, as it won’t be too cold.Falmouth is still an attractive prospect when it’s not so warm: the museums and art galleries are worth an afternoon wander. At Christmas time, the town is sprinkled in lights and packed with market stalls to help get you lost in the festive spirit.
Explore the beauty of the region’s flora and fauna from a hotel in Falmouth. It’s a 16-minute drive to Trebah Garden, which boasts 26 acres of exotic plants and trees, as well as an amphitheatre that puts on music, theatre and comedy. Glendurgan Garden is less than half a mile’s walk away from Trebah Garden. Owned by the National Trust, there’s a winding maze, sub-tropical blooms and a sheltered beach at the bottom.Take the kids to Cornwall and stay in hotels in Falmouth. They’ll be won over by the Flicka Foundation Donkey Sanctuary where they can feed, groom, walk (and cuddle) some new furry friends. A 13-minute drive away, the National Maritime Museum lets them discover the area’s seafaring past - and there are sometimes pirate schools to take part in.Couples might want to try hotels in Falmouth to be close to Orca Sea Safaris. This thrilling boat trip takes you from the port out onto the ocean where you could spot whales, dolphins, sharks or seals. A more relaxing day out is a trip to Pendennis Castle, one of Henry VIII’s finest coastal fortresses which also played vital roles in WWI and WWII.To see the beaches, stay in hotels in Falmouth that are right on the coast. Visit Gyllyngvase Beach, a ten-minute walk away from Falmouth’s centre, for a busy day out with plenty of amenities nearby. In the other direction of the centre, but still only half a mile away, is Castle Beach. A coastal spot that is excellent for rock pooling, diving and snorkelling. Maenporth Beach is where to go to sunbathe, while Swanpool Beach offers the chance to dinghy sail, kayak or windsurf.

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