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Walking Holidays In Newquay, Cornwall

Walks in Newquay

When staying in Newquay there are many routes you can enjoy without taking the car! Why not take the foot ferry across the Gannel Estuary. Spot the abundance of wildlife on route including wading birds, salmon, bass and trout, then continue your walk onto Crantock.

Our favourite springtime walk includes the scenic stroll from Crantock and along the coastal path to Polly Joke. This route takes walkers past Chick Rock, where seals are sometimes spotted playing in the waves. Then onto the poppy-filled headland of Polly Joke. To find more walks check out iWalk Cornwall and download their app! They’ve compiled 266 walks in Cornwall, ranging from 2 to 10 miles!

Walking Cornwall

Cornwall is filled with amazing beaches, dramatic clifftops, wild moorland and rolling countryside fields. Walking holidays in Newquay, Cornwall are a rambler’s dream with stunning landscape views around every corner.

Our self-catering accommodation is perfect for those looking for a cosy basecamp to unwind after a day exploring. Newquay is also ideally located within easy reach  of the South West Coast Path.

To find out more, check out our blog post on Exploring Cornwall’s coast path in 2021.

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