Apartments Close To The Beach in Falmouth Cornwall
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Holiday Apartments Close To The Beach
Apartments close to the beach in Falmouth, nestled in the heart of Cornwall, offering a haven for those in search of a peaceful beach retreat. With its miles of pristine coastline and crystal-clear waters, it ranks high among the most picturesque destinations in England. Best of all, holidaying in Falmouth means you’ll always be just a stone’s throw away from a plethora of dining and shopping destinations, making it the ideal place for your next holiday with easy access to all life’s modern conveniences. So why wait? Check availability for our holiday apartments right now so that you can sample the beach life you’ve always dreamed of!
Walks Close To The Apartments
Local to Falmouth Bay Holiday Apartments there are some stunning oceanside walks along the South-West Coastal Path. We recommend setting off from Gyllyngvase Beach, where you’ll find lots of water activities for all the family and Gyllyngvase Beach Café (which we recommend).
Walking Eastwards towards Pendennis Point will take you past Castle Beach which offers superb views of Falmouth Bay. When you get to Pendennis Point you’ll be able to enjoy stunning sea views towards Carrick Roads, where you will see lots of maritime activity along with many sailing boats as they go back and forth towards Falmouth and the open sea. Continuing further along Castle Drive will take you towards Falmouth Town, passing Falmouth Docks along the way.
Heading Westwards from Gyllyngvase Beach and passing through Queen Mary Gardens with it’s stunning array of sub-tropical plants you can head towards Swanpool Beach and Nature Reserve.
Gyllyngvase Beach is one of the most popular family beaches in Cornwall and within a short walk of the apartments. It is a very safe beach with lots of facilities and has blue flag status, which makes it ideal for families. The RNLI Lifeguard are located here from May to September. Gyllyngvase Beach has gently sloping white sand and plenty of rock pools to explore at low tide in which you can find shrimps, crabs and squat lobsters.
Swanpool Beach is smaller than Gyllyngvase Beach but with a character and charm of it’s own. There is a great beach side Café (which we also recommend). You’ll also find many activities are on offer including Kayak or Paddle Board hire. Swanpool Beach is also home to Hooked On The Rocks Seafood Restaurant & Bar which overlooks the beach and nature reserve.
Continuing onwards along the coastal path will bring you to Maenporth Beach which is also very popular with locals and tourists alike. Maenporth Beach is much more laid-back and has it’s own namesake café. We recommend this beach because of it’s natural beauty which is defined by rocky outcrops, beautiful sand and gorgeous sea views. In addition there is The Cove Restaurant which is home to the award-winning chef, Michael Caines.