13 Aug

Newquay more than a tourist destination

Newquay more than a tourist destination

The town of Newquay has plenty to appeal to those who want to relocate to Cornwall.

Famous for its surf, it offers some of the best waves in the Atlantic and welcomes tourists from around the world.

Located between Bodmin and Truro, the town has plenty to offer those moving to the area. It has a lively nightlife, nine beaches and a harbour. For those who enjoy shopping, there are plenty of shops, ranging from high-street chains to independent boutiques.

However, Newquay is not just good in summer, there is lots on offer during the quieter off-tourist season. Children can enjoy the local aquarium, while couples may want to eat at one of the many top-quality restaurants in the town.

There are also plenty of events that take place in the winter months, including the Newquay Fish Festival, the Cornwall Film Festival and a number of lantern processions.

Anyone looking for property for sale in Newquay, may also want to research the other benefits of living in Cornwall.

For those with children, there are plenty of good education options in the area. There are a number of specialist secondary schools, as well as many outstanding primary institutions.

People who enjoy the outdoors can also walk parts of the famous coastal path that covers a large part of Cornwall and offers some stunning scenery.

Newquay's rail links also mean that it is easy to travel up country as there are daily services to London from Newquay station. There is also a National Express coach service that connects the town with parts of the Midlands and the north.

For trips further afield, there is Newquay Cornwall Airport, which offers domestic and international flights.ADNFCR-1222-ID-801741964-ADNFCR

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