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St Mawes – Roseland Peninsula

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St Mawes – Roseland Peninsula

St Mawes – Roseland Peninsula: Video produced by the Cornwall Tourist board captures the essence of St Mawes and the Roseland. St Mawes sits on the opposite side of the Carrick Roads from Falmouth. St Mawes Castle and its opposite number Pendennis Castle in Falmouth face each other across the water. The castles were originally build to protect England from a French invasion fleet.

Visitors arrive by boat from Falmouth or Truro or drive and cross over the Fal River at Trelissick on the King Harry Ferry to explore the Gardens, villages and beaches of the Roseland.


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