Newquay, one of the nation's favourite seaside resorts, caters for all. It has something for everyone from the well known surfing beach at Fistral to the family beach at Towan. A visit to Newquay wouldn't be complete without going for surf. If you've never tried it before give it a go, it could become your new favourite hobby.
Stretch your legs and stroll along the cliff paths. Walk out onto any of the Headlands and be surrounded by water on three sides, watch the waves crashing against the cliffs and feel rejuvenated and alive.
In the picturesque harbour stacks of lobster pots are a visual reminder that fisherman continue to ply their trade from this popular seaside resort. A zoo, fun pool and boating lake are situated here along with many other local attractions close by which makes Newquay an ideal base to explore more of what Cornwall has to offer.
Enjoy a quiet pint of ale in one of the traditional old pubs of Newquay or dance the night away until the early hours in one of the popular energetic nightclubs or bars.
Boasting nine long, easily accessible sandy beaches, numerous restaurants, bars and clubs, it's little wonder self catering in the 'Surfing Capital of Britain' is so popular. Check out our Cornwall Guide to discover more about what's on, places to eat, places to visit and things to do in Newquay and the surrounding area.