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Newquay, in Cornwall is a popular coastal town in the very south west of England. Whether you choose to stay within one of the nation’s favourite seaside holiday destinations or venture out to see what other wonders lie in sunny Cornwall; arrive in Newquay airport in no time and begin your coastal break.

Known for

  • England’s Surfing Capital – With inviting Atlantic waters and 12 stunning beaches, Newquay is a fantastic place to hit the waves attracting surfers all around the world and is home to the Boardmasters Surf Championships and more festivals.
  • Newquay Harbour – The heart of the city, Newquay Harbour is a bustling area where you can watch fishermen bringing in their fresh catch, enjoy a boat trip or grab something good to eat.
  • Cornish Cream Tea – No matter what your perfect Cornish holiday entails, ensure you cap it off with a delicious afternoon tea of scones, jam and clotted cream; you will not regret it.

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With a bustling harbour area, gorgeous coastal scenery and fantastic beaches Newquay is a real favourite with families looking for a holiday a little closer to home. With fantastic activities in and around Newquay, there is plenty to keep the family occupied, from taking a journey on a beautiful steam engine at the Lappa Valley Steam Railway to embarking on an unforgettable voyage at the Pirate’s Quest. In recent years, Newquay’s nightlife has become legendary with its enormous selection of clubs, pubs, and themed bars, so there is certainly something for everyone.

Newquay is not the only gem that Cornwall holds, so you may wish to travel further afield to see what else this peninsula has to offer. In fact Cornwall is bursting with picturesque fishing towns with the likes of Padstow and Mevagissey being just two of the best. Or head even further south to the year round favourite, St Ives, where you can enjoy its slight Mediterranean feel as well as its fantastic independent galleries, the Tate Gallery, and the impressive Barbara Hepworth Museum and Sculpture Garden.

Aside from its coastal towns and beautiful 300 mile long coast, Cornwall also offers a range of culture, heritage, and beauty just waiting to be discovered. Visit Truro, the region’s only city, where you can marvel at the impressive Truro cathedral which dominates the skyline. Aviation fan? Learn more about Britain’s aviation history at the interesting Cornwall Aviation Heritage Centre.

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