Polzeath beach, North Cornwall

Day Trips and Beaches

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The north and south coasts are easily accessible. Polzeath (pictured above), Bude and Widemouth Bay are all popular surfing and body boarding beaches on the north coast.

Further to the west along the north coast, Newquay offers many attractions as well as miles of golden sands and Atlantic breakers for surfers.

The picturesque historic harbour of Boscastle (the scene of a devastating flood in 2004) is a popular tourist destination with the Museum of Witchcraft there being one of the most popular museums in Cornwall.

Tintagel Castle (reputed to be the birth place of King Arthur) is perched high on the North Cornwall coastline with breathtaking sea views and makes a wonderful day out.

Looe with its sandy family beach, shark fishing trips, glass bottomed boat trips and bustling shops, restaurants and cafes is a popular tourist resort on the south coast. A little further along the South West Coast Path to the west lies the quaint fishing village of Polperro and its sandy beach with 'smugglers' caves. Further on to the west lie the hidden coves of Lantic Bay and Lantivet Bay.

Looe - a great day out for all the family

Buckland Abbey (NT), Devon Enjoying a walk by the seaside Walking at Lydford Gorge (NT) Cycling on Drakes Trail Fresh Local Produce