- Things To Do
- Activities in Newquay
- Newquay Beaches Map
- Know Your Beach Flags
- A. Fistral Beach, Newquay
- B: The Harbour Beach, Newquay
- C: Towan Beach, Newquay
- D: Great Western Beach, Newquay
- E: Tolcarne Beach, Newquay
- F: Lusty Glaze Beach, Newquay
- G: Porth Beach, Newquay
- H: Whipsiderry Beach, Newquay
- I: Watergate Bay, Newquay
- J: Mawgan Porth, Newquay
- K: The Gannel Estuary, Newquay
- L: Crantock Beach, Newquay
- M: Polly Joke, Nr Newquay
- N: Holywell Bay, Nr Newquay
- O: Little Fistral, Newquay
- What’s your favourite beach in Newquay?
- Newquay Events
- Relax in Newquay
- Explore Cornwall
- Walks in Cornwall
- Eat & Drink
- Travel & Transport
- Moving to Newquay
Enjoy the fun of an all weather attraction providing entertainment for the whole family… rain or shine.
Everyone enjoys a ride on Newquay's famous Road Train. The relaxing open-air journey around the resort is made much more interesting by the conductor's well-informed commentary. The fully flexible ticket and hop-on-hop-off service offers excellent value for money, allowing you a full day's access to this fun form of alternative transport!
From its base overlooking Towan Beach in the centre of Newquay, opposite the famous island, the Newquay Blue Reef Aquarium is a stunning visit.
Come and see our wonderful collection of classic aircraft. Only ten minutes from Newquay next to RAF St Mawgan. Sit in the cockpits of our iconic jet fighters. With indoor and outdoor exhibits, 1950s style café, gift shop and picnic area. A really good day out for all ages.
Nestled in 111 acres of Cornish countryside, Camel Creek Adventure Park is a haven of family-friendly rides, giant play areas and animal encounters. Camel Creek Adventure Park is a vibrant and welcoming visitor destination year-round, uniquely interpreting the legends of the area and famous for delivering great adventures and days out for the whole family. The Park opens in February up to early November, with annual activities reflecting the seasons.