The Beaches Newquay has some to the best surfing beaches in Europe. But the beaches here are not just for the hang-ten brigade. Newquay has beaches for everyone. Find out more from our Newquay Beach Guide
Newquay Zoo Corwnwall's biggest and best zoo. A great day out for the whole family. more...
Blue Reef Aquarium Located on Towan Beach in the centre of Newquay, Blue Reef Aquarium is a must visit. Absolutely amazing displays of sea creatures from all around the world - including face to face encounters with sharks, giant crabs, octopus, and more and more and more. Awesome! more...
Newquay Harbour Watch the fishing boats. Or take a sightseeing trip or a fishing trip.
Buccaneer Bay Meet the pirates of old Cornwall and enjoy their blood-chilling stories. Enter the Sunken Village of the Damned - if you dare! Swashbuckling!
Holywell Bay A fabulous beach and an even more fabulous fun-park. Go to the beach and do beach stuff (swim, paddle, build sand-castles, get a tan etc). And if you get bored with all that - go to the Holywell Bay Fun Park. Entry is free, and you pay for whichever rides and activities you choose. And there are dozens to choose from. Absolutely great place to spend a day - or a week!
Nightlife Newquay has the best nightlife in Cornwall - by far! With more than thirty pubs and clubs - the action never stops. The most popular clubs are Berties, Sailors, Red Square, Walkabout, The Beach, and Level 3.
Learn to Surf Newquay is a mecca for surfers. And if you want to learn, Newquay is a great place to be. There are several first-class surf schools here.
Eat Newquay has more places to eat than any other town in Cornwall. From Jamie Oliver's Fifteen, to the simplest greasy spoon cafe. Newquay has ethnic restaurants by the dozen, Indian, Thai, Chinese, Mexican, Italian, French, you name it's here - Eat in or takeaway. Bon Appetit.
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