The official town website for Falmouth – www.falmouth.co.uk – has recently undergone a radical transformation. It has been beautifully redesigned to provide an in-depth and very colourful guide to Falmouth and surrounding attractions on the Fal River.
Falmouth is one of the key towns in Cornwall and one of its biggest located right on the coast. This is thanks to the huge natural harbour, one of Europe’s largest, which has made Falmouth a prominent sea port for ships since the very early days of sailing. This is one of the UK’s most prominent ports as it is capable of berthing huge ships carrying cargo and passengers from far flung destinations. It is also a favourite with visiting yachtsmen who favour the tranquil sailing grounds and stunning scenery of the Carrick Roads – another name for the creeks and tributaries of the Fal Estuary.
The website itself has done a great job of pulling together loads of information on things to see and do in the town, and is a useful resource for people planning a vacation in the town and for locals alike.
As well as scores of pages on the history of Falmouth, the website details the best places to stay in the town. It also recommends the best galleries for art lovers, best restaurants for foodies and best shops for picking up a bargain or special souvenir from this coastal gem.
Much of the holiday accommodation in the town is either on the waterfront or in a prominent hill-top position with far reaching sea views. Many of the cottages in Falmouth offer the unique opportunity to be close to the town and all its amenities, while also being able to relax in comfort and admire the natural beauty of this south coast location. The site also features some of the many great hotels, ranging from boutique luxury to affordable practicality.
One of the best sections on the website is its many pages devoted to food and drink. Falmouth is one of Cornwall’s top foodie destinations and this is evident from the many choices of cafes, bars and restaurants featured on fowey.co.uk. It really is a fabulous resource offering up suggestions for breakfast, lunch and dinner catering for all sorts of tastes and exotic flavours. As well as some great local seafood restaurants and traditional Cornish pubs, there is a long list of wholefood cafes, sandwich shops, fish & chip takeaways, curry houses, pizzerias, South African restaurants and so much more.
There is also a very useful transportation section which details all the ferry routes in and out of Falmouth for exploring the far flung corners of the Carrick Roads.
If you’re heading to Falmouth any time soon, be sure to check out this website before your trip. Visit: http://www.falmouth.co.uk