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Newquay & Cornwall

Cornwall ...... Sun, sand, surfing, Cornish pasties and Pirates. Boasting some of the best beeches in the UK & a warm temperate climate, you'll find it hard not to fall in love with Cornwall.

From Lands End to Bude, you'll find the high cliffs and crashing waves of North Cornwall. To the secluded pirate coves and fishing villages with beautiful sandy beeches of the South. Be sure not to miss the lush valleys, moorlands and woodlands of Cornwall's spectacular rolling countryside.

It's a land rich in history with towns and villages hundreds of years old. Steeped in stories of pirates and shipwrecks brought vividly to life by its inland estuarys and picturesque fishing villages, where the narrow streets wind down to the ancient harbours.

Enjoy the cosmopolitan Cornwall with its many Art Galleries, Craft shops, great boutique shopping and trendy bars. If its water sports you"re after it's a surfer's paradise.

Newquay is one of Cornwalls premier and busiest resorts, it can enviably boast over seven miles of beautiful, unspoilt sandy beaches. Its mild climate and unique position at the heart of Cornwall makes it an ideal base from which to explore the surrounding area.

Newquay's popularity centres around the chain of eleven beaches that affords the town its title "Surf Capital of the UK", playing host to international water sports events.

The town centre is just a short walk from the central beaches of Towen, Great Western and Tolcarn. You'll find great shopping, restaurants & tea rooms where you can indulge yourself with one of Cornwall's famous cream teas. The town also boasts a variety of pubs, serving traditional West Country beers and ciders and restaurants serving locally caught sea food through to Mediterranean style dishes.

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