Carrick Roads

Carrick Roads

The Carrick Roads is the name given to a section of the River Fal which forms a large waterway that was created at the end of the last Ice Age when sea levels rose dramatically and created a huge natural harbour, the third largest natural harbour in the world. The Carrick Roads take the form of a classic drowned river valley and are dominated by a deep, meandering channel, navigable all the way from Falmouth to Truro, with depths of up to thirty four meters at the southern end.The Carrick Roads conceal countless picturesque creeks and inlets, many of which are home to charming villages and waterside pubs, nestling among the wooded valley sides.

Jamie Medlin - High Tide - Restronguet Creek

Jamie Medlin

High Tide - Restronguet Creek

Print

£120

Jamie Medlin - Restronguet Creek

Jamie Medlin

Restronguet Creek

£110

Jamie Medlin - Trefusis Silhouettes

Jamie Medlin

Trefusis Silhouettes

£100

Jamie Medlin - Trevissome Sunrise

Jamie Medlin

Trevissome Sunrise

£110

Benjamin Warner - Dawn, Carrick Roads II

Benjamin Warner

Dawn, Carrick Roads II

Oil on board

£875

Benjamin Warner - Evening from Greenbank

Benjamin Warner

Evening from Greenbank

£75

Beside The WaveBeside The Wave

8-10 Arwenack Street, Falmouth, Cornwall, TR11 3JA8-10 Arwenack Street, Falmouth, Cornwall, TR11 3JA

Open Monday - Saturday 10:00am - 5:00pm | Sunday 11:00am - 4:00pm | Bank Holidays 11:00am - 4:00pm

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