Pentire Headland and Fistral Beach.
Where better to start your walk than by the Gannel Estuary in Newquay.
After short drive up to Pentire Headland, where there is ample parking, you will see Crantock Beach to the West. From here you can take a short walk through the grass across the left side of the headland towards the furthest point which will give you stunning views of the Atlantic Ocean.
From here you can walk back along the opposite side of the mound back towards the car park, admiring the view to the other side where you’ll see Fistral Beach and even see a glimpse of Newquay’s infamous Huer’s Hut.
Once you reach the car park, you could decide to take a stroll down to the Lewinnick Lodge for lunch or a spot of coffee and cake whilst you take in the delicious views of the sea.
Alternatively, if you carry on past the car park and turn left, you’ll find another small walkway, which will take you alongside the pitch and putt course on the right if you fancy a game of golf. As you walk down the rocky path, you will be blown away (almost literally) by the view that will strike you of Fistral Beach as you round the corner.
At the West side of Fistral there are a set of steps down to another Newquay foodie delight in Bodhi’s Beach Café and Bistro before you venture across Newquay’s largest beach.
From there you could go for cream tea at the Headland Hotel (which you may need to pre-book) before you venture back to the Pentire Headland.
Dinner at the Fistral Beach Hotel or Lewinnick Lodge is also popular if you’re not already full up.