Sailing in St Mawes
The Carrick Roads is the stretch of water between Falmouth and the Roseland and extends up to the river fal, this area offers some of the finest sailing waters in the UK and is an excellent base for all levels of sailors. St Mawes Sailing club is very active and arranges regattas and events all year round.
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Fishing in St Mawes
St Mawes is a real treat for visiting fisherman with plenty of shoreline angling, offshore fishing and river fishing on offer. Nearby Falmouth has outfits that run deep sea fishing trips and Freshwater Boatyard has smaller craft for fishing in St Mawes bay or up the Percuil River.
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St Mawes Castle
St Mawes Castle is not only an interesting place to visit on a sunny afternoon, it also makes a great venue for wedding receptions and other special occasions. The Castle has 270 degree views over the carrick roads and St Mawes bay.
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Walking in St Mawes
Its easy to foget that its not just coastline thats on offer around St Mawes, walk along the inland paths and you'll find another world opens up before you. With a near mediteranean climate throughout the year there are many flowers and plants that wont be found elsewhere.
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St Mawes Water Sports
You dont have to own a boat to be able to get out on the water. There are a range of craft available for hire in the village ranging from Canoes and Kayaks to sailing dingys and motorboats, or for that special occasion large Powerboats are also available.
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St Mawes Billiards & Social Club
When the weather is not so good theres the St Mawes Social club. Here you'll find a full size snooker table, a pool table, multiple big screens for sporting events, a well stocked bar and cheerie staff!
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