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Newquay - surf capital of Britain, a best loved destination for family holidays, food lovers paradise - whatever you want from a UK holiday, Newquay's got it all!”



Newquay - surf capital of Britain, a best loved destination for family holidays, food lovers paradise - whatever you want...

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Newquay beaches – there’s more than ten of them! A bit of coastline to suit everyone’s tastes. Children play on the golden sands, couples stroll hand-in-hand, surfers ride the Atlantic rollers, gig rowers heave their long wooden boats over the breakers to the open seas.

Every beach is buzzing with activity. This is a place where people come to unwind, build sandcastles, feel the sand between their toes and take a dip in the ocean.

From May to late October lifeguards patrol most of the beaches including Crantock, Fistral, Towan, Great Western, Tolcarne, Lusty Glaze, Porth and Watergate Bay.

Take notice of the safety signs and be aware of strong rip currents. Always swim between the red and yellow flags and if you’re learning to surf stay between the black and white flags.


With its rugged coastline, stunning beaches and sumptuous local produce, it comes as no surprise that Newquay is being taken very seriously as a foodie destination. Come here for a taste of Cornwall and you won't be disappointed. No longer just a place for a traditional summer holiday, Newquay is an exciting place to eat your heart out all year round.

Its hardly surprising that Jamie Oliver chose Watergate Bay with its fantastic views for Fifteen Cornwall. Newquay has an abundance of beachside locations where you can fill yourself to the gills with quality food and spectacular sea views.

There's something for everyone - from coming off the beach and eating home made beefburgers, fish and chips and Cornish cream teas with the family, to chilling out and sipping award winning local wines and dining on gourmet food with friends. All can be enjoyed whilst watching the sunset over the Atlantic waves.

Or, if you'd prefer - there's Indian, Thai, Italian or Mexican and of course the traditional inns where you can sip quality local ale whilst dining on top notch pub grub.

Year round family dining with magnificent views at The Headland Hotel, children welcome.
A laid back beach hangout, for lazy lunches and modern local cuisine, children welcome.
Cornish cuisine with a Mediterranean twist, served right on the water's edge, children welcome.
Where Jamie Oliver's protégés serve the best seasonal and local produce.
An award winning beach café serving an excellent range of local and organic all day meals, children welcome.
Freshly caught, simply cooked and served right by the sea.
A fusion of modern and the Med, perched on the headland above the crashing surf, children welcome.
Mezze dishes to share and an a la carte menu with speciality flambé dishes.
An all day café menu, with a focus on sociable eating by the beach, children welcome.
Contemporary cuisine comes with a panoramic view of Fistral beach.
Ranked in Devon and Cornwall's top 5 fish and chip shops, so grab a takeaway and enjoy it by the beach.
A family pub with large garden overlooking the bay and the harbour, children welcome.

Get Active

Newquay is brimming with action all year round, but this isn't solely a surfer's haunt, whatever time of year you visit there's adrenaline-fuelled coastal activities for the taking or fantastic cliff walks with stunning views to stroll along and take it easy.

Family Friendly

From the Aquarium and zoo to exciting adventure playgrounds, Newquay boasts a world of family attractions away from its beaches. There is plenty of other family fun when you've had enough of sandcastles and ice cream.

Come face to face with reef sharks in the underwater tunnel at the Blue Reef Aquarium Make a splash in the tropics of The Oasis Fun Pool or Waterworld at Trenance Leisure Park.

If your kids have brought a skateboard or bmx with them then let them loose at Wooden Waves, Newquay's ramp park.

At Holywell Fun Park lose yourself in Merlin's maze, get wet on the bumper boats, jump into the ball pool, pitch and putt and race go-karts

It's full steam ahead aboard Lappy Valley Steam railway ( or see the delights of the World in Miniature model village.

Wear the kids out in the huge indoor soft play area at Dairyland Farm World or explore the Trenance valley on horseback, but if you're a budding Andy Murray the how about a game of tennis at Newquay's Heron Tennis Club where everyone is welcome.

If you think Cornwall's gardens won't hold any attraction for children then think again! Trebah, near Falmouth, and Trevarno, near Helston have fantastic outdoor kids play areas and plenty or room to run around and explore. Visit Gardens Of Cornwall for more suggestions.

Children cannot fail to be entertained from dawn to dusk in Newquay and whatever their hunger preference at the end the day, can feast in one of the many family eateries - where you will also find parents looking blissfully happy as they relax over a glass of wine and a platter of fresh

The ’must see’ Eden Project is about a 40 minute drive away at St Austell, and while your're there pop along to St Austell Brewery, family owned since 1851, producing a range of cask ales.


For some visitors to Newquay an evening out starts to wind down towards 10pm, for others its just hotting up. Whatever your idea of a night out is - Newquay has something to suit all tastes.

After a day on the beach, a trip to a farm park or your first surfing lesson, the pace winds down at the end of the day.

Before the dance clubs fling open their doors for the late night sessions, its time to kickback at the water's edge and enjoy great food and drink as the sun goes down.

Whether you indulge in a family feast, take time out with a take out and admire the coastal scenery or choose the laid-back atmosphere of a beach bar or slink off for a romantic candle lit meal for two - there's plenty of choice in Newquay.

When the sun goes down and familes wend their weary way back to their holiday homes, Newquay's night life comes alive. And if clubbings your thing, there's every kind of venue with every kind of music where you can shake your booty till the sun comes up again. Newquay is a place where you can let your hair down at any time of year.

Here are some of our suggestions for a top night ...
As you'd expect this is a club right by the sea and it's the sort of place that knows how to put on a sizzling beach party every night of the summer.
A late night bar overlooking the sea, the Chy Bar is a trendy hangout throughout the year
Is a nightlife hotspot all year round. Top DJ sessions, special summer gigs, 'skools out' discos.
Live bands, guest appearances from Radio 1 DJs.
For those of you who want something a little more exotic and a touch more daring if you know what I mean!
A contemporary bar for a sophisticated night out in Newquay.
Dive into the largest vodka range in Newquay, just footsteps from the beach.
Will rock your socks off with drum 'n' bass, reggae, rock 'n' roll and live bands.
live gigs, karaoke and a party atmosphere.
Three floor of music and five bars, a dance club extraordinaire.
Events from Jelly Jazz and funk nights to hip-hop and live bands.
Beer's from downunder, views of the beaches, live bands, DJs and party nights.


Newquay is slap bang in the heart of the county and close to the A30 which makes it a great base from which to explore the rest of Cornwall.

The ’must see’ Eden Project is about a 40 minute drive away at St Austell, and while your're there pop along to St Austell Brewery, family owned since 1851, producing a range of cask ales.

The Cornwall Association of Tourist Attrations has over 35 quality places to visit across the county, or head down to Falmouth for a trip to the National Maritime Museum and all things nautical.

The city of Truro has high street and specialist stores, plus the theatrical and musical delights of the Hall for Cornwall.

Cornwall has over 60 fabulous gardens so you won't have to travel far from Newquay to find one to visit.

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