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Newquay is west Cornwall’s hub for night life and surfing!

Only 25 miles or 45mins. by car.

Love surfing, Love Music, Love life…..Love Newquay

Newquay with its renowned Fistral Beach is home to the UK’s surf scene with top world class competitions, festivals and events: Boardmasters surf and music festival, Bands in the Sands, with international acts such as James Arthur and many more. A vibrant party town surrounded by great sandy beaches.

Get close to over 1,000 of the world’s rarest and endangered animals at Newquay Zoo or take an underwater safari at Newquay’s Blue Reef aquarium.

A bit peckish… no problem. Newquay has a huge and varied range of cafes, bars and restaurants from fine dining at Jamie Oliver’s Fifteen to toasties at Café Cloud.. Newquay has  something for everyone.

Newquay zoo is home to an amazing array of animals, set amongst 13 acres of established sub-tropical gardens. Visit the African Savanna exhibit, with wildebeest, antelope, and strikingly beautiful zebras. View these animals roaming in a mixed species herd from a viewing platform that gives you a birds-eye view. Look high up into the trees to see red pandas, meerkats on sentry duty and the otters playing in their stream below. As well as a large variety of unusual species, the Zoo has a village farm with more familiar faces that children love.

The Blue Reef Aquarium in Newquay has over 40 naturally themed habitats take you on a fantastic journey from local waters to exotic seas. The centrepiece is the spectacular coral reef housed within an amazing ocean display. Living amongst the reef are exotic species like angelfish, pufferfish, wrasse, and hundreds of other brightly-coloured fish. Not to mention the big sharks, rays, moray eels, and the venomous lionfish.

You can stroll down the tunnel and get close to all the amazing sea creatures. Again great for a day out.