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Things to do in Newquay Cornwall in 2016

Newquay is without doubt Cornwalls most popular seaside resort. It is also a busy fishing port and is situated on the beautiful North Atlantic coast of Cornwall approximately 20 miles west of Bodmin and 12 miles north of Truro.

Newquay Town Trail - Newquay Discovery Trail is a great and fun way to discover Newquay. The trail is made up of 14 Cornish slate discs, each over 3ft in diameter, sunk into the ground at strategic points around the town. Each of the discs features a series of 'conundrum' words carved by sculptor Peter Martin. If you fancy following the trail you can pick up a guide costing approx £2 and learn about Newquays past. The trail starts in the centre of town at the Killacourt.

Newquay Surfing - The resort of Newquay is widely regarded as the surfing capital of the UK. Newquay is a centre for the surf industry in the UK with many surf stores, board manufacturers and hire shops in town. The main beach in Newquay is Fistral Beach which has a reputation as one of the best beach breaks in Cornwall. The famous Fistral beach is capable of producing powerful, hollow waves and holding a good sized swell which makes for great surfing. Fistral Beach has hosted many international surfing competitions for over 20 years now, most recently the Rip Curl Boardmasters Tournament. The tournament takes place at Fistral beach, with a music festival taking place at Watergate Bay.

Blue Reef Aquarium - Situated close to the sea at Towan Beach Blue Reef is home to seahorses, tropical sharks, stingrays and much more. Located on Towan Beach in the centre of Newquay, opposite the famous island, the Blue Reef Aquarium is a stunning day out.

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