20 Oct

Newquay is equally as attractive to residents as tourists

Newquay is equally as attractive to residents as tourists

Newquay really is one of Britain's most charismatic seaside towns and doesn't come with the brash, loud character that some others do. Perhaps, why so many people not only come and visit but eventually look to buy property for sale in Newquay.

Newquay as well as being a seaside resort, is also a strong fishing port and a surfer's paradise as it is located on the north Atlantic coast of Cornwall. Since the early 20th century, Newquay has become so much more than just a fishing port. The town is now home to a number of shopping areas and has developed its inner-urban regions. 

Large parts of the town have been thoroughly modernised to the point where Newquay now offers a great deal of options and things to do for residents whether it involves the beach, sampling some fresh seafood or doing some shopping.

The town is remarkably different from winter to summer as tourists swell Newquay's population during the warmer months. The town has plenty of pubs and bars to keep tourists and residents well-watered and the spirit lively. However, during the winter the town is far from desolate. Many people live in the town and Newquay boasts a proud community spirit. 

Part of the reason behind Newquay's ascent up the UK tourism ladder is the town's impressive transport links by rail, bus and plane. Newquay rail station is well located near the centre of the town while Newquay Cornwall Airport is a short drive from the town centre. In terms of buses, Newquay is served by National Express' buses services while there are also local bus services to connect to nearby towns and villages.

Newquay is a really lively, seaside town which has come into its own in recent times. This is down partly to the tourism industry and its visitors but also down to the residents who have made it a desirable place to live. ADNFCR-1222-ID-800770401-ADNFCR

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