Newquay is Cornwall’s surf capital also a regional centre for aerospace industry and future spaceport.

It is approx. 12 miles north of Truro and 20 miles west of Bodmin.

It is located on the Atlantic coast – the population of Newquay is approx : 32000 but this raises to over 60,000 in the summer season.

Newquay is a major tourist destination and a must for a family holiday in Cornwall.

Newquay airport serves London and beyond.

Spaceport Cornwall

Virgin orbit will launch satellites from Newquay

Newquay has been voted best family holiday destination

Newquay is fully accessible by road, rail and air.

The town of Newquay is bounded by the south by the river Gannel and to the North East by the Porth Valley.

The western side of Newquay meets the Atlantic at Fistral Beach

Newquay is ideal for a Cornwall family holiday due to its coastline loads of accommodation, Food and Drink and amazing attractions.

Don’t forget Newquay land train – Blue and Yellow you can’t miss it ! Just hop on and hop off.

You will be choo choo around Newquay town.

Newquay beaches and what to do:

Fistral Beach – Home of Boardmasters,surfing and body boarding

Watergate Bay – paddle surfing and wave skiing

Lusty Glaze – The zip wire and banana boat rides

Tolcarne – Surfing and body boarding

Newquay harbour – Fishing trips and Kayaking.