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Newquay Cornwall – voted one of the nations all time favourite seaside holidays in Holiday Which and Best Family Holiday Destination by Coast Magazine.
The Cornish seaside resort of Newquay has been providing great value holidays for all the family at all times of the year for longer than we care to remember - and 2015 will be no different!

Whether you’re looking for a contemporary self catering apartment, a high quality holiday park to bring your camper, caravan or tent, great value bed and breakfast or a top quality hotel and spa Newquay has it all.

Newquay is open all year, easy to get to by rail, road or air and offers a range of top quality attractions within easy reach, alongside classic events and exhilarating activities both in and out of the water.

We’re very proud of Newquay. It’s the jewel in the crown of Cornwall’s resorts and exudes the laid back seaside atmosphere you would expect of a resort where all the family can relax and enjoy a proper holiday!

What's on Offer


With a different beach for every day of your stay Newquay is the UK seaside resort with the widest range of activities in one place.
Newquay offers a range of walks, both circular and coastal and in town there’s Trenance Gardens – 26 acres of lush, sub tropical colour with rowing boats and pedallos for hire.
Newquay Harbour with its resident seals is the place to catch a boat and your supper!

Places to Visit

Newquay Zoo, Blue Reef Aquarium, Waterworld, Oasis Water Fun Park, Trenance Gardens and Leisure Park, Dairyland, Trerice Manor (NT), Japanese Garden & Bonsai Nursery.


With a wide range of bars, pubs and clubs, Newquay offers great entertainment.The area also boasts a growing list of festivals including Boardmasters, Art8, Cornwall Film Festival and Newquay Fish Festival.


Wide variety of shops in the area. Complementing the leading food and supermarket chains are specialist fishmongers, bakers and confectioners, as well as local crafts, chandlers, antiques and surf shops.

Eating Out

There is a variety of restaurants including Mexican, Chinese, Indian, Greek,Portuguese and traditional fish and chips, as well as Cornish fare and fresh seafood.

Recreation & Sport

As well as the many facilities the sports centres have to offer, this area has superb facilities for surfing, sailing,coasteering,riding, tennis, golf and fishing. Also ideal for walking, cycling and wildlife watching.

Holiday & Activity Centres

In Newquay you will find activity centres offering everything from extreme sports to relaxing pamper sessions.

Conference & Business Facilities

Some of Newquay's larger hotels cater for conferences, call the TIC with your specific needs and they will be able to find the ideal venue for you. Tel: 01637 854020


Quality graded accomodation is the norm in Newquay as well as contemporary apartments, boutique hotels and eco-friendly lodges – there are even ‘surf pods’ to keep surfer dudes happy!

Getting There


Follow the M5 to Exeter and then the A30.


Train services into Newquay from the mainline branchline at Par. Contact National Rail Enquiries on 08457 484950.


Ferry port at Plymouth, 40 miles away.


Newquay Airport offers daily flights to/from destinations throughout the United Kingdom and internationally.