Surfing Safari Walk - Newquay

The Island - Towan Beach, Newquay c Jennifer Rowlandson SWCP
Newquay Station
Dog Friendly
Newquay is Cornwall’s most popular holiday resort, a “fun” centre as well as a centre for bucket-and-spade and family holidays.

It is also renowned as Britain’s foremost surfing centre. Yet despite all these attractions it provides opportunities for marvellously scenic walks, surrounded as it is by magnificent beaches, superb headlands and its almost forgotten resource, the River Gannel and its estuary. This moderate 6 mile route samples all of these, and because it is always in or close to the town can be cut short almost anywhere should the wish arise.

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Newquay has a variety of car parks throughout the town; there are large and relatively central car parks at Mount Wise (no disabled bays) (Postcode for Sat Navs: TR7 2TS)

Detailed walking instructions, more information about what you'll see along the way and a printable map can be found on the South West Coast Path website.   

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