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Newquay Holiday Guide

Newquay holidays can be full of different activities and there is always something to do, no matter what time of year you visit.

Newquay holidays in the summer

If you're looking for a great destination for a summer break in the UK then Newquay could be ideal. The town is the most popular place for a holiday in Cornwall and offers plenty for visitors to see and do. The beaches are a huge draw and there are seven to choose from, each with their own unique selling points.

Tolcarne is one of the most popular beaches in Newquay and is close to the town itself, which means there are restaurants, bars and shops on hand if needed. For a quieter experience, you may wish to try Watergate, with its unspoilt natural beauty and caves to explore.

The beach at Crantock is great for family Newquay holidays and parents can be assured that the children will be safe and secure on this peaceful estuary. If you're seeking an active holiday in Newquay, as well as a place to develop your surfing skills, Fistral Beach is the place for you. Here you will find a natural amphitheatre with perfect surfing conditions, as well as a beautiful beach on which to relax.

Things to do on a Newquay holiday

There is always plenty to do in this bustling coastal town and whenever you decide to visit, you will find something that appeals. Newquay hosts a number of festivals and you may wish to visit Newquay during one of the surf, film, food, art or music events that take place throughout the year.

Eating in Newquay

As with many coastal towns, there are a number of great seafood restaurants in Newquay. World-famous TV chef Jamie Oliver even owns a restaurant in Newquay, Fifteen Cornwall, while there are a number of other fine restaurants serving foods from across the globe in the town.

Newquay holidays packed full of fun and good times

Once upon a time Newquay was a quaint Victorian town but those days are long gone and Newquay holidays can be as vibrant and full of fun as any city break in the UK. There are a number of bars and pubs in the town and whether you're looking for a chic, stylish night spot to enjoy a cocktail or two or simply a pint of real ale in a relaxing local tavern, there are plenty of places from which to choose. In the centre of the town there are also a number of nightclubs and late bars where you can party deep into the night.