The Cornish town of Newquay is home to some of the Surfing Beaches in Europe along with many water sports competitions inclining the Boardmasters festival, which has now grown hugely over the years.
Getting to Newquay can be done by car, air, and train with the town is connected to the rest of the country by the branch train line from Par stopping finally at Penzance. Most people, however, to come into Cornwall via the M5 then the A30, a one hour drive from the main motor way.
It’s a harbour town that has something for everybody from families, to couples, or large groups, Surfing plays a large attraction to coming to Newquay, but it’s so much more about surfing and has a lot to offer. The Newquay nightlife is very popular, fishing boat trips, restaurants, Newquay horse riding centre along with Newquay Zoo.
Many of Newquay’s Web Cams are set up to check the beaches, Surfers get to see an arrangement of top Webcam angles checking to see the rolling surf with an eyeball before they head out.
Newquay has many other water sports to consider next in line to surfing is the fun past time of bodyboarding, followed by stand up paddle, diving, and heading out on a dive boat, don’t forget kayaking the river Gannel is a great place to go and paddle if you don’t fancy the sea.
Newquay has a huge selection of great Guest Houses and B&Bs along with large and small Bed & Breakfasts, Hotels, Camping and Camp Sites, also every Holiday Park now also has Glamping Pods so most types of places to stay are here and ready to book