Place Ferry

The Fal River is a picturesque Cornish river that runs through an area of outstanding natural beauty and is surrounded by award winning attractions, beautiful sub-tropical gardens and plenty of fun things to see and do.

Crossing St Mawes Harbour, the Place Ferry connects the old-world fishing village of St Mawes with Place and the tip of the Roseland Peninsula.

Sailing 7 days a week April to October each year, the Place Ferry along with the St Mawes Ferry forms part of the South West Coast Path saving walkers at least an extra days walking in land.

The ferry not only makes up part of the South West Coast Path, but from Place Creek passengers can head out on a selection of achievable short walks and discover the Roseland Peninsula.

With its white sandy beaches, St Anthony's lighthouse, defensive fortifications, church and spectacular walks, this inspiring peninsula is one of the most delightful Areas of Outstanding Natural

Beauty in the South West. It’s also ideal for dog walkers!

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