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Travel around Falmouth, Truro and the Roseland Peninsula by boat [Fal River giveaway]

When you’re visiting somewhere the urge is always there to arrive at your destination as quickly as possible, but have you ever thought to take the scenic route? I’ve travelled by boat between Falmouth and St Mawes twice and also taken a trip down the river to Truro (read more here and here). It beats the bus or train any day!

Fal River giveaway

Fal River giveaway

Fal River giveaway

Fal River giveaway

It always feels like a more relaxing journey, travelling by boat, and I love taking in the views – especially of the beautiful (and expensive!) homes on the water. One day…

Fal River giveawayFal River giveaway

Fal River giveaway

Fal River giveaway

Fal River* do day passes, which allow you to jump on and off buses, trains and boats, and explore the area at your leisure. I recommend making a day of it and visiting Pendennis Castle in Falmouth, ferrying across to St Mawes for a cream tea and a look around St Mawes Castle before heading down the river past Malpas and into Truro. Finish off the day with a couple of cocktails in the city, why doncha!

Fal River giveaway

Fal River giveaway

Fal River giveaway

And guess what? I’ve got two visitor passes to give away! They’re valid until 21 July 2018, so there’s plenty of time to plan your trip. It also includes all-day parking with the Park and Float service, plus it works as a Falmouth Shopper Card, offering you various local discounts.

To be in with a chance of winning, just click on the Rafflecopter link below. Please note that this giveaway will close at midnight on Friday 28 July and the winner will be contacted directly. If the winner doesn’t respond within a week, a new winner will be selected.

a Rafflecopter giveaway

You can find the rest of my blogaversary giveaways here.

*Fal River kindly donated a pair of day passes for my blogaversary.

Fal River giveaway

7 thoughts on “Travel around Falmouth, Truro and the Roseland Peninsula by boat [Fal River giveaway]”

  1. My sister and brother in law live in Canada. They are over this September and I would love to bring them to Falmouth as that’s where the pilgrims left before they settled in Vancouver

  2. I just stumbled across your blog as I research places to visit while in Cornwall! My sister, mom and I will be traveling to Truro in 2 weeks! So excited! And thank you for the chance at the pass:)

  3. This would be so wonderful, did the Fal River a few years back, would love to again. Thanks for the chance.

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