Polzeath is a small seaside resort approx. 6 miles North west of Wadebride on the Atlantic Coast.

It has a sandy beach and is popular with surfers and families for Cornwall holidays.

The main street runs along the seafront with a parade of shops.

In Polzeath bay dolphins and puffins and other sea birds can be seen.

Excellent wave conditions make Polzeath one of the world’s top surf destinations

The coastal path passes through Polzeath in one direction to rock in the other direction.

The path between Polzeath and St Enodoc is wheel chair friendly

Polzeath is split between old and new

The sheer cliff face west is called the rumps – on top of the rumps is the iron age cliff castle

There are many leisure facilities in the local area- ideal for a family Cornwall holiday.

The old and new parts of Polzeath are divided by two hills – one to the north called Pentire head the other to the west called Highcliffe.

Polzeath is a must for the higher class of people – David Cameron has been seen here many times

There are one or two shops dotted along the main road and beach

Polzeath is must for a Cornwall family holiday.