Think of Newquay – think of Fistral beach and surfing. One of Britain's favourite holiday rental seaside towns. Located along Cornwall's Atlantic coast, Newquay has things to do for the whole family in addition to the more adventurous surfing fanatics. Relax and enjoy dazzling ocean views over Watergate Bay or let your adventurous side out and explore one of Newquay's nine sandy beaches, where waves can reach 20-25 ft. Widely regarded as the best surfing beaches in Britain, these beaches are home to not just surfing, but coasteering, zipwire, abseiling, rock-climbing, kite boarding, mountain biking, jet bikes to really get your adrenaline pumping! Visit more ocean friends at the Blue Reef Aquarium - complete with an underwater tunnel. Put on your captain's hat and visit Newquay's National Maritime Museum! If you're getting thirsty from all that saltwater, stop by one of Newquay's many acclaimed restaurants for a meal you won't forget! Visitors will be inspired and delighted by the great variety of what to do in Newquay. Wander along Newquay's Discovery Trail to learn about local history. Test your brain and follow the guiding 14 Cornish slate discs, which feature a series of 'conundrum' words by sculptor Peter Martin. Nature lovers will be delighted to visit Newquay's hidden gem the Japanese Garden and Bonsai Nursery. The Trenance Gardens should be at the top of every visitor's 'what to do in Newquay' list, which features heritage cottages surrounded by flourishing greenery, where visitors can explore 26 acres of subtropical plants and boating lakes, as well as a swimming pool and mini-golf. Visit one of Newquay's many adventure parks to let out your inner child. With so many things to do in Newquay, there is fun for the whole family!