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Holiday cottages in Newquay, Cornwall

SW8161 : Outcrop on Towan Beach, NewquaySW8161 : Jedynka Polish Shop on Tor Road, NewquaySW8161 : Newquay railway station platformSW8161 : Arrival from ParSW8161 : Marina Court on Mount Wise, NewquaySW8161 : Hotel Victoria, Newquay
Whether you’re after a relaxing break by the seaside, or an action-packed holiday full of sport and adventure, Newquay is the resort that has it all. Situated on the north coast of Cornwall, Newquay is widely regarded as the surf capital of the UK.

If you’re feeling adventurous, why not head down to Fistral Bay and pull on your wetsuit for a surf lesson? Of if surfing isn’t your thing, the coastline still has plenty of activities to offer. Call in to Newquay Activity centre and take your pick from diving, sailing, kayaking, rock climbing or even the new sport of coasteering!

However, it’s not all action in Newquay. If you’re in the mood for something a little more sedate, a stroll around the picturesque Newquay Harbour followed by an ice-cream in one of the many seaside cafés is a perfect way to spend an afternoon. You could also make the short hop to the bird-watcher’s paradise of the Gannel Estuary, or rent a car and explore the stunning Cornish countryside.

Newquay also offers a wide range of accommodation to suit every type of holiday. With campsites and caravan parks within walking distance of the beach, self-catered cottages and farmhouses offering great access to the countryside, or a bed-and-breakfast with a sea view, you can be sure to find what you’re looking for in Newquay.

SW8161 : The Towan Blystra on Cliff Road, Newquay

SW8161 : The Tram Track, Newquay

SW8161 : Arrival from Par