Situated on the rugged coastline of North Cornwall, Newquay boasts some of the finest views in our country of the mighty Atlantic Ocean. The perfect natural conditions produce an ideal surfing coast, which has tempted surfers from all over the world to visit Newquay and try out the waves.
Lusty Glaze Beach
There are plenty of things to do around Newquay for all ages, including the Zoo and Pleasure Gardens, Fistral golf links, tennis and horse riding Waterworld pool & leisure centre, Concrete Waves Skate Park, The Lane Theatre, The Blue Reef Sea-life centre and a wide range of shops, bars, night clubs and restaurants. Newquay is well known for its flourishing nightlife. There are plenty of water-sport actives, Fishing trips and boat tours from the Newquay Harbour, nearly all the beaches feature surf schools and surf lessons. And for safety all the major beaches have Lifeguards throughout the Summer season.
Map of Newquay Cornwall
Newquay is a great base to explore the rest of Cornwall with plenty of historical places of interest and beautiful coastal paths to explore and take in the relaxing Cornish atmosphere. Only a short drive away are Padstow, St Ives, The Eden Project, Lands End, The Minnack Theatre, Bodmin Moor, Truro City (great for shopping), Falmouth with its marina and the National Maritme Museum, Not forgetting Flambards - Cornwall's very own theme Park, all easily within an hours drive of Newquay. Much closer to home there is the beautiful Crantock beach, Holywell Bay and Perranporth beach featuring the Watering Hole bar on the beach to name a few. Newquay has something to offer everyone, young or old, whether coming on holiday to party or to chill out and relax, we think you will find Newquay the perfect holiday destination.