23 Nov

Good transport links from the heart of Cornwall

Good transport links from the heart of Cornwall

Newquay is a small town located in Cornwall. The town is situated between Bodmin and Truro and sits on the Cornwall North Atlantic coast.

The town is situated on a harbour, and is a must for people looking for property for sale in Newquay, if they like fishing, as it is a major angling town. Fishing boats also frequently leave from the harbour.

As well as those who are fans of fishing, Cornwall is also a popular destination for the naion's surfers. People who enjoy extreme sports will know that the Atlantic coast gives some of the best waves available, and Newquay itself is known as the surfing capital of the UK.

Whilst Newquay is a relatively small town in terms of population, housing some 22,000 inhabitants, in the height of summer it can play host to upwards of 100,000 people at any one time, as the town's many hotels welcome tourists, which boosts the economy of the town no end.

That Newquay is also a popular tourist destination is also beneficial to potential residents. The fact that it has its harbour, and nine beaches, as well as a lively nightlife means that many people visit the town every year. This popularity means that Newquay has a very good public transport system, serving Cornwall and the rest of the country.

The rail service in the town is very well served, particularly in summer. It offers daily servicesto London, as well as to the Midlands and the north of England, whilst National Express runs a popular coach service to and from the coastal destination.

Newquay Cornwall Airport is an increasingly busy terminus, which offers flights around the UK. It is also now increasingly accepting flights from international destinations.

For people with children looking to move to Cornwall, Newquay has two specialist secondary schools, which specialise in technology and businesses.ADNFCR-1222-ID-801219303-ADNFCR

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