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 Newquay - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Newquay (Cornish: Tewynn Pleustri) is a town and civil parish on the north Atlantic coast of Cornwall, England, United Kingdom.
It is bounded to the west by the Gannel River and its associated salt marsh, and in the east by the Porth valley.
Newquay is now a major tourist destination, principally on account of the 10 long and accessible sandy beaches.
en.wikipedia.org /wiki/Newquay   (717 words)

  
 Newquay-Plus: Sights and Attractions in and around Newquay
In the 1800's Newquay (then known as Towan Blystra) was nothing more than an insignificant fishing village, comprising a small quay, a few fish cellars and a small number of scattered houses and thatched cottages.
The mines around Newquay were not just the normal tin mines associated with Cornwall but also included lead mines with a small amount of silver also being extracted.
Newquay is one of the most popular resorts in the country.
www.newquay-plus.co.uk /sights.php   (564 words)

  
 Town/Village information --- Newquay --- Cornwall   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-11-05)
Little that predates the 19th century survives in Newquay, but on the cliff north of Towan Beach stands the whitewashed Huer's House, where a watch was kept for approaching pilchard shoals.
A mile south of Newquay, Crantock is a small north-west-facing sheltered beach, where the waves are best at mid to high tide.
Newquay is 252 miles from London and 32 from St Ives.
www.cornish-links.co.uk /newquay.htm   (337 words)

  
 Accommodation in Newquay
All the beaches in newquay and district are patrolled by Lifeguards.
Newquay night life is famous and you can expect a brilliant atmosphere in any of the many bars pubs n clubs in and around the town.
Shopping in Newquay is brilliant, a huge selection of surf shops selling surfwear you might not find outside of a surf resort.Board hire is easy, as is wet suit hire.Also a large selection of art work in the town centre.If its clotted cream you are after then its central square Newquay.
www.newquayaccommodation.co.uk   (240 words)

  
 Newquay Airport - Air Southwest UK
To reach Newquay Airport from the East, follow the A30 through Bodmin towards Newquay until you are signposted to Indian Queens and the Airport.
To reach Newquay Airport from the West, follow the A30 East leaving the main town of Newquay on your left.
Newquay Airport is ideally placed as a gateway to all that Cornwall has to offer.
www.airsouthwest.com /newquay-airport.shtml   (226 words)

  
 Newquay Hotels | Hotel Accommodation in Newquay Cornwall   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-11-05)
Newquay is an ideal resort to base your holiday in Cornwall, it gives close access to a range of activities in stunning locations.
Newquay is undergoing a renaissance at present with Surfing, Golf, The Eden Project, plus many more, all attracting huge interest from all walks of life.
There are also 300 miles of coastal paths maintained by the National Trust, available to walk all year round, and without a doubt Newquay is the liveliest holiday resort in Cornwall, while still managing to create an air of relaxation for all those who choose it as a holiday destination.
www.newquay-hotels.co.uk   (296 words)

  
 NEWQUAY LADIES FOOTBALL CLUB of CORNWALL ENGLAND
Newquay Ladies FC boasts 18 F.A. qualified coaches and is one of the only clubs in the country that does NOT charge for training.
Having National Charity, Non-Profit Status, Newquay Ladies FC is one of the most successful, all-female clubs in the South West of England.
To be the focal point for all activities of the famous Newquay Ladies Football Club in Newquay, Cornwall, England.
www.newquayladies.com   (320 words)

  
 Newquay | Focus | The Observer
It is not only on Newquay's outskirts that the transformation is taking place: this week, the most expensive, luxurious flats ever seen in the town will go on sale.
Some are sceptical of this claim: 'If you feed "stag" and "hen night" and "Newquay" into Google, the hundreds of websites that spring up give some idea of the area's reputation as the Ibiza of south-west England,' says Tom Lloyd, a shopkeeper in the town centre.
In part, Newquay is benefiting from the same 'Eden effect' that has seen £700m of extra spending injected into the Cornish economy since the Eden Project opened five years ago.
observer.guardian.co.uk /focus/story/0,,1774462,00.html   (1876 words)

  
 Newquay Cornwall UK - information on Newquay in Cornwall - Cornwall UK
The Atlantic rolls into Newquay, white crested, roaring and supercharged by the momentum of its 3,000 mile journey making surfers compare it with the world famous Bondi, Malibu and Waikiki beaches.
Newquay's beaches combine the roles of playground, stadium and theatre thereby providing an unrivalled source of family entertainment.
For gardeners, Newquay is a huge subtropical showcase and there are examples everywhere.
www.connexions.co.uk /areas/html/newquay.html   (538 words)

  
 Newquay travel guide introduction - Time Out Travel
A chic and vibrant beach culture is rapidly quashing Newquay’s reputation as the beer-swilling beach capital of the UK.
Home to international surfing, kitesurfing and zap cat competitions, Newquay is certainly doing all it can to nurture its active image.
The town is a mish-mash of architectural styles and brash developments that do their best to mar the natural beauty.
www.timeout.com /travel/newquay/intro.html   (444 words)

  
 Travel Channel :: Beach Week :: Guide
Unknown to many outside the United Kingdom, the isle is home to Newquay, a seaside haven and mecca for surfers from around the globe, where visitors encounter some of the world's finest beaches.
Beaches or not, Newquay is still a part of England and still subject to her chilly and damp winters.
Because of the annual surf festival, Newquay does attracts a number of backpackers and young to urists, who generally opt to stay at one of the town's budget hotels.
travel.discovery.com /convergence/beachweek/world/newquay.html   (918 words)

  
 GENUKI: Newquay
The parish and town of Newquay is a thriving tourist resort on the north coast of Cornwall.
In the 1841 Census, Newquay was enumerated under St Columb Minor.
In the 1851 Census, Newquay was enumerated under St Columb Minor.
www.genuki.org.uk /big/eng/Cornwall/Newquay   (1250 words)

  
 Newquay Hotels - Newquay, UK
The Trevone Hotel is a friendly family run hotel located in the heart of Newquay and can accomodate up to 60 guests.
The Quies Hotel is an informal, friendly, non-smoking, family-run hotel with sea views, close to Newquay town centre....
The Edgcumbe Hotel is situated in a superb position, overlooking the sea at Newquay, Cornwalls premier resort.
www.activereservations.com /hotel/en/unitedkingdom/england/cornwall/newquay?subid=PPCGO8g244en   (407 words)

  
 Newquay Area @ Chycor Cornwall
Silver Spray Boarding House - Newquay - Situated in the very heart of Newquay, close to the clubs and all town centre amenities.
Newquay Country Cottages - Trebudannon - two holiday cottages set in a tiny hamlet outside Newquay.
Newquay Holiday Park - a wonderful place to stay where you will enjoy the highest standards, facilities and a friendly and efficient service.
www.chycor.co.uk /aaasrch/newquay.htm   (1781 words)

  
 Newquay,Cornwall- having some of the best and safest beaches in Cornwall   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-11-05)
Newquay, facing the Atlantic Ocean on the North Cornwall Coast,and having some of the best and safest beaches is the largest resort in Cornwall, and self styled surfing capital of Britain.
Newquay Harbour is a real suntrap in a beautiful setting, what could be nicer than sitting in a deckchair soaking up the sun, watching the hustle and bustle all around?
Newquay at Xmas and the New Year The resort rivals St Ives and Looe as the place in Cornwall to spend Xmas and see in the New Year.
www.cornishlight.freeserve.co.uk /newquay.htm   (543 words)

  
 www.newquaycaravans.com : Caravan Hire in Newquay, Cornwall : home
Welcome to Newquay Caravans, a family-run business specialising in caravan holidays for families and couples.
Both caravans are fully equipped with 2 bedrooms, flush toilet and shower, full size gas cooker, microwave, fridge, kettle, electric toaster, colour T.V. and built in gas fire.
Newquay boasts miles of fabulous coastline and golden beaches to cater for all tastes.
www.newquaycaravans.com   (126 words)

  
 Newquay Hotels: Cheap Late Deals at Hotels in Newquay at Room4U.
Call Newquay Visitor Centre on 01637 854020 for more sightseeing ideas or a list of visitor attractions and last minute tourist offers at leisure centres and restaurants in the town or city area.
The Lynton Hotel is situated in one of the best positions in Newquay, overlooking the Killacourt, an open grassed area for relaxing, and the unique 'Island' on Towan Beach.
Last-minute short-break offers and destination discounts are arranged by the hotel and at the disgression of our online Newquay travel merchants who provide bookings and reservations up to and including the day of departure for business and holiday guests alike.
www.room4u.org.uk /hotels/newquay/index.asp   (774 words)

  
 Newquay, Cornwall, UK. - Cornwall Tourist Information
People come to Newquay with a bucket and spade, but they leave with a surf-board.
Newquay is famous, not only for Surfing competitions, but also other world class events.
National Surfing centre can be found on the Newquay Guide map publication.
www.newquay.org.uk /surf.html   (506 words)

  
 Views of Cornwall England Newquay Beaches Cornish British Britain England English Cornwall
Fistral is probably the countries most famous surfing beach and is visited by surfers from all over the country and even the world.
There is also a footpath to the rear of the beaches which runs near Newquay's golf course and the sand dunes which houses it own ecosystem unique to sand dunes.
Located three miles to the north of Newquay town centre, Watergate Bay is Newquays biggest beach which stretches for miles at low tide.
www.viewsofcornwall.com /static/cornwall_beaches_newquay.php   (1134 words)

  
 Newquay Cornwall - holiday accommodation in this famous coastal Cornish town
In the very centre of Newquays club and pub land and within minutes of the beaches and shops, A Silverspray is ideally situated for a fun-packed holiday.
Newquay Golf Course - One of Cornwall's finest seaside links with magnificent views over the Atlantic Ocean.
Newquay Zoo - If you enjoy lush exotic lakeside gardens in the company of free ranging mara, monkeys, wallabies and a host of fascinating birds you'll love a visit to Newquay's Zoological Gardens.
www.chycor.co.uk /newquay_newquay.htm   (1653 words)

  
 BBC - Cornwall Surfing Story - Surfing Guide
The waves which pound the Cornish coastline are created by deep Atlantic low pressure systems which unleash their powerful swells eastwards creating some of the best surfing conditions in Europe.
To prove the county's dominance in the sport, it boasts an impressive array of stars who not only have the respect of the world's top professionals, but also their peers in the local surfing scene.
European number one and WCT contender Russell Winter, British number two Spencer Hargraves and former English champion Alan Stokes are just three surfers from the town who have fine-tuned their wave dance at the powerful beachbreak.
www.bbc.co.uk /cornwall/surfing/surfinguide.shtml   (307 words)

  
 Newquay Cornwall International Airport - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Newquay Cornwall International Airport (IATA: NQY, ICAO: EGDG) is a commercial airport located a few kilometers northeast of Newquay in England, UK.It shares a runway with RAF St. Mawgan.
The airport is located close to attractions such as The Eden Project, National Maritime Museum and the Tate St Ives.
As the airport is situated close to many surfing beaches (Newquay has been called the 'surf capital' of Europe), many of the championship contenders fly through, as it is one of the only commercial links into Cornwall.
en.wikipedia.org /wiki/Newquay_Cornwall_International_Airport   (260 words)

  
 Newquay,Cornwall- Surfing Capital some of the best beaches in Britain
Newquay, facing the Atlantic Ocean on the North Cornwall Coast is the largest resort in Cornwall, and self styled surfing capital of Britain.
Newquay beaches some of the best and safest in Cornwall.
There are plenty of family attractions nearby, including a Zoo, the Red Reef Centre with its sea horses, and Dairyland all great for the kids.
www.cornishlight.co.uk /newquay.htm   (577 words)

  
 Newquay Zoo New Arrivals 2005
Newquay Zoo in Cornwall, Living Coasts in Torquay and Paignton Zoo Environmental Park in Devon are the only zoos in the UK to have achieved ISO 14001 after Chester Zoo.
Skinners Pub Newquay for helium for the balloons which the children loved and also caught the attention of Connie the African lion with all the bright colours.
This is another wonderfully 'noisy' animal we have here at Newquay Zoo, in their own way not that different from all the noise of drums and firecrackers made at midnight across Asia to celebrate and drive away bad luck from the New Year starting on the 29th!.
www.newquayzoo.co.uk /newquay_zoo_new_arrivals.htm   (4587 words)

  
 Newquay Accommodation > Hotels - Guest Houses - Self Catering - Campsites - Caravans - Surf lodges
This is the most comprehensive list of accommodation in and around the Newquay area, and is compiled by our team who actually live here in Newquay.
Fistral beach is the place to catch some big clean right and left handers, with plenty of room for boogie boards and learner surfers.
Newquays night life is famous and you can expect a brilliant atmosphere in any of the many
www.newquayaccommodation.com   (135 words)

  
 Newquay Hostels: Book a Cheap hostel in Newquay - No Booking Fee!   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-11-05)
We are situated at the heart of the European surfing capital, Newquay, Cornwall, England.
On the beautiful North Cornwall coast, Newquay also has the finest beaches and coastline in Europe.
ChristopherÂ’s Newquay is the hot spot for sun-worshippers in England.
www.hostelbookers.com /hostels/england/newquay   (228 words)

  
 Newquay, Cornwall, UK. - Cornwall Tourist Information
Newquay, is the most popular Holiday destination in Cornwall and the Surf Capital of the UK with Fistral Beach being the venue for leading competitions.
NEWQUAY ATTRACTIONS TRAIL has been created to offer you the very best in family days out during your holiday, all within 10 miles of the centre of Newquay.
Newquay's weekly Newspaper- read the local news on the web.
www.newquay.org.uk /start.html   (281 words)

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