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Sand Dunes at Holywell Bay

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Crantock Beach

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  1. Add Newquay Harbour   to your Itinerary

    Newquay Harbour

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    Newquay

    Newquay’s historic harbour is where Newquay got its name – formerly known as Towan Blystra – the town got a new harbour, or ‘quay’ and the name came with it!

  2. Add Perranporth Beach to your Itinerary

    Perranporth Beach

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    Perranporth

    From Droskyn Point past Chapel Rock down to Penhale Sands (the far end of Perranporth Beach) are 3 miles of glorious sand washed clean by the Atlantic twice a day.

  3. Add Great Western Beach - Newquay to your Itinerary

    Great Western Beach - Newquay

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    Newquay

    Great Western is a popular family beach lying just north of Towan beach. It is comprised of several coves offering some degree of seclusion.

  4. Add Holywell Bay Beach to your Itinerary

    Holywell Bay Beach

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    Holywell Bay

    The large, open and sandy beach at Holywell Bay is located around 6 miles west of Newquay, on the north Cornwall coast. Holywell Bay is a popular destination for surfers and swimmers.

  5. Add Fistral Beach - Newquay to your Itinerary

    Fistral Beach - Newquay

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    Newquay

    Fistral Beach is Newquay's iconic beach, quite simply one of the most consistent and best surfing beaches in the UK and Europe. This beautiful beach is west facing, long and sandy and backed by rocks and cliffs. Fistral is the perfect family beach of

  6. Add Mawgan Porth Beach to your Itinerary

    Mawgan Porth Beach

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    Newquay

    Mawgan Porth beach just to the north of Newquay is a wide sandy beach popular with famililes and surfers with easy access from the adjacent car park. RNLI lifeguards from May to September and dogs are allowed all year round.

  7. Add Crantock Beach to your Itinerary

    Crantock Beach

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    Newquay

    Voted Best British Beach by BBC Coast 2013! Crantock Beach lies on the River Gannel estuary and is a beautiful expanse of golden beach with good surf, ideal for all abilities. All images credits to Heidi Westbrook - Dunes Dream Images Newquay

  8. Add Lusty Glaze Beach - Newquay to your Itinerary

    Lusty Glaze Beach - Newquay

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    Newquay

    Lusty Glaze Beach, a popular sandy beach, is a beautiful, horseshoe shaped cove, surrounded by high cliffs with direct access to the sea on the outskirts of Newquay on the north Cornwall coast. This is a great family beach.

  9. Add Porth Beach to your Itinerary

    Porth Beach

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    Newquay

    Porth, on the outskirts of Newquay is a narrow and shallow beach that has a long tidal drop with an expanse of golden sand making it an ideal family base..Like many of the local beaches it is exposed to Atlantic swells.

  10. Add Towan Beach - Newquay to your Itinerary

    Towan Beach - Newquay

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    Newquay

    Popular and often very busy beach, right in the centre of town. Good size of sand and rock, popular with both surfers and families. Towan Island linked by a suspension bridge is an obvious attraction. Blue Reef Aquarium right by the beach

  11. Add Tolcarne Beach - Newquay to your Itinerary

    Tolcarne Beach - Newquay

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    Newquay

    Tolcarne Beach nestles in a beautiful crescent shaped bay set against a background of cliffs. The beach offers soft sand, easy swimming, fun family surfing, and rock pools to explore at low tide..

  12. Add The Gannel Estuary to your Itinerary

    The Gannel Estuary

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    Newquay

    The Gannel Estuary can be found on the outskirts of town on the Gannel Link Road as you head towards Mount Wise. There is limited parking but the Estuary is an easy walk from town and also forms the starting point of the Newquay to Crantock walk.

  13. Add Whipsiderry Beach to your Itinerary

    Whipsiderry Beach

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    Porth

    Although there are steep steps to negotiate this beach is worth visiting at low tide as there is lots to explore; caves, rock pools and dry sand for sheltered sun bathing if the wind is blowing off shore.

  14. Add Watergate Bay Beach to your Itinerary

    Watergate Bay Beach

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    Newquay

    Watergate Bay Beach, about 3 miles from Newquay is a large expanse of fine golden sand stretching for over 2 miles at the foot of steep cliffs. It is a large, open bay and frequently picks up swell from the Atlantic and is popular with families.