Upper Fal Estuary (Truro) Reviews
Description:This is one of the finest natural harbours in the world, and has served as a refuge for shipping for thousands of ... more
Newest Review: ... Fal Estuary'. The melting of the glaciers caused sea levels to rise, thus the valleys were flooded to create the creeks and inlets as seen today. The amalgamation of fresh water with salt water produces a montage of habitats that include the wide-ranging tidal mudflats and salt marshes, which have developed in the sheltered creeks; along the margins there is a dense scrub and extensive ... more
Customer Upper Fal Estuary (Truro) Reviews (1)
by - written on 22/01/02, updated on 22/01/02 (Very useful, 97 readings)
Last year I visited Cornwall again and I wanted to visit place that did not cost too much money. The Hotel's manager suggested the 'Upper Fal Estuary'. It is a lovely place to visit if you love wildlife and watching migrant birds. I went in August and the place was teaming with animals, but there were not many visitors. There are miles of unspoilt countryside to explore around the 'Upper Fal Estuary'. So why not pay it a visit and leave the car at home for the day. Just do not forget to pack the binoculars and of course a bottle of local Cider, Pasties and of course Saffron buns! *Important* 'Upper Fal Estuary' is only open at ... Read the complete review
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