There's always plenty to do in and out of town.

After a day or two in the beach, there’s plenty more to do and explore around Newquay and neighbouring towns. Below are a few of our favourites. 

Ramble in miles of stunning coastline

Atop Pentire Head

Atop Pentire Head

Newquay’s coast path provides some of the region’s most spectacular scenery. From rugged coastlines to dramatic headlands, it’s a visual feast for every nature lover. Click here to find some great suggestions for walking routes.

If you’re after a quick stroll, head down to Lewinnick Lodge and walk the footpath that will take you up to the top of Pentire Head. Here you will find views that took our breath away. Fistral Beach in one direction and Crantock Beach in the other, framed by granite cliffs that drop into Atlantic, these are the sort of amazing scenery that will make you fall in love with Newquay.

Enjoy Newquay’s many attractions

Again there’s something for everyone for a great day out… Trenance Gardens for a relaxing stroll, the Blue Reef Aquarium or Newquay Zoo for animal lovers, Trerice Manor House or the National Maritime Museum for history buffs. For more exciting ideas, click here.

Baby, it’s cold outside?

We all know that the weather in this part of the world can be quite fickle, sunny days are interspersed between cold and wet days. What’s fantastic about this region is that whatever the weather is, there are tons of things to do. Find them here. 

Discover special places in Cornwall

Outside of Newquay, there is an abundance of attractions and things to do. Top of our list is the Eden Project, a definite must-see for first time visitors to Cornwall. We’ve also enjoyed a day out to Land’s End, a bit of a drive south but worth well your time. For more brilliant ideas, click here.

 Land's End signpost   

 Land's End signpost