Newquay Harbour is located on the Cornish coast; situated in the popular seaside town of Newquay, it’s a lively and colourful place, attracting tourists from all over the UK. The summer months see the busiest times in Newquay with people looking to visit the beautiful beaches.
Things to Do
Newquay harbour is a popular attraction with visitors going here to see the resident Grey Seals which lie within the harbour, it is also a great fishing spot with anglers always being about during high tide. A range of boat safaris to look for dolphins and seals can be taken from here. Given its location in the centre of Newquay, there are ample things for visitors to do, shopping eating and drinking are just the start. The area is also great for those interested in water sports with bodyboarding and surfing being a must-do activity.
Surfing: Newquay has a number of places to hire surfing gear as well as lessons for those whould like a bit of a guidance. Check out these two local companies.
Animal Watching Trips: For those interested in looking for seals, dolphins or sharks, Newquay Sea Safaris has a great selection of quality and cost-effective trips.
How to Get Here
Following the A392 take the exits pointing towards Newquay. Once in Newquay town centre you will need to find somewhere to park before proceeding on foot. Head towards the seafront and the harbour is opposite a Sainsbury’s store.
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