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Coastal Holidays in Newquay

Newquay is Cornwall’s most popular holiday destination, and it’s not hard to see why, it has 11 stunning beaches to choose from, you really will be spoilt for choice. Newquay is situated on the North Cornish coast and is a surfer’s heaven. If sunbathing on a golden sandy beach is your thing, you’ve got it. If building sand castles with the kids is your thing, you’ve got it.

Beach sports, no problem, Newquay’s got it, you can go surfing, body boarding, abseiling, rock climbing, kite boarding, traction kiting, paddle surfing, wave skiing and if  all that doesn’t tire you out there is plenty more to do.

Newquay really does have it all come and see for yourself, you won’t be disappointed. Imagine experiencing the taste of fresh seafood straight out of the sea (superb) The world famous Fistral beach is one of the stunning beaches on offer here and has held the world surfing championships.

Imagine waking up in the mornings and taking a gentle stroll across a golden sandy beach (bliss) Newquay has fantastic transport links so you can get to other towns and beaches very easily, and remember in Cornwall you are never more than 20 miles from a beach. Newquay boasts a great selection of shops, beachside bars and cafes, traditional pubs, bars and restaurants for all tastes and there is fantastic nightlife for you to enjoy when the sun goes down.

There are plenty of hotels to choose from in Newquay if you want to be pampered in luxury, bed and breakfasts are also very popular here, with plenty to choose from or if you are taking the whole family with you (maybe even the family pooch) why not try hiring a cottage or stay in a holiday park where there will be added entertainment? The Headland Hotel in Newquay is the only 4* hotel in Newquay and it is enviably positioned overlooking Fistral beach to the south, imagine waking up to that (absolute heaven).

Newquay is an amazing place to be in the summer months as it has a brilliant summer vibe and it can get very busy, so if it all gets too much you can get to the quieter side of Cornwall very easily to explore quaint little villages and towns.

Newquay has lots of history and the old harbour used to be used for pilchard fishing and then was used to transport tin and china clay during the industrial period. A very special landmark in Newquay is Huers Hut, which is made of stone and is very beautiful with white walls. All of the huts used to be used as lookout posts to see if there were any pilchards about, and if the people saw pilchards they would sound the alarm and then the fishermen would go out to sea to catch them. They were made from wood and unfortunately have all disappeared now, all except Huers hut and because it was made from stone it has managed to survive.

There are many attractions in Newquay including: Blue reef aquarium, Newquay zoo, Dairyland Farm world, Tunnels through time, Holywell Bay Fun Park, Cornish birds of prey, Trenance Park and gardens, Waterworld, Springfields Fun Park and pony centre. Pleasure trips are also available from Newquay harbour and will take you out to sea, don’t forget to take your binoculars, you never know what you will see. Jamie Oliver has a restaurant in Watergate bay, a few miles from Newquay.

Crantock is well worth a visit, a charming little village a few miles south west of Newquay. Young and old will all have something to do in Newquay,it will  makes a great family holiday, with lots of memories to look back on. So what are you waiting for, visit Newquay, you won’t be disappointed.


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