The popular seaside town of Newquay was developed and grew around the 18th Century Victorian stone quay.
Once the railway arrived in 1876, this quaint port gained popularity as a tourist destination and has continued to grow ever since. Newquay is beaming with local beaches and coves to explore on your doorstep. Newquay is known to be the heart of surfing in Cornwall, with Fistral beach hosting international surfing competitions. Moreover, the town has a dynamic nightlife, with traditional bars, live music and summer festivals. For young children, Newquay Aquarium is a popular place to explore sea life further. As a welcoming town, Newquay is fit for all, with exciting attractions for all ages.