Falmouth, population about 20000, is a port on the south coast of Cornwall, England. Together with Carrick Roads it forms the third largest natural harbour in the world. Pendennis Castle is located in Falmouth. It was constructed between 1539 and 1564 by King Henry VIII as a defence against the French.
Profile and attractions with events, accommodation, dining and business directory, with social media links.
Falmouth Harbour Commissioners
Statutory port authority for the Inner Harbour, Penryn River to Coastlines Wharf, the southern part of Falmouth Bay. Includes information on shipping, pilotage, sailing moorings, environment and safety.
Falmouth Town Council
Information on arts and museums and historic buildings plus location of the council offices and opening hours.