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Coach Holidays to Newquay

Search coach holidays to Newquay and book great value coach tours and trips to Newquay and Cornwall. We have a wide range of coach holidays to Newquay from short breaks to lengthier holidays and tours so if you are planning a coach trip to Newquay we are sure to have a deal to suit your taste and budget. We have the largest selection of coach trips to Newquay with breaks available from all the leading coach operators offering Newquay coach trips. Coach holidays are available throughout 2018 with the peak summer season being the most popular times to visit.

Newquay is a great base for a coach holiday as there are a wide variety of attractions and places of interest to visit in the town and the surrounding Cornwall countryside and coastline. Newquay is Cornwall's most popular holiday destination and has provided fantastic family holidays for generations. Newquay boasts a range of beautiful beaches, a wide selection of attractions to suit the needs of people of all ages, and some stunning views. Famous for its surf and relaxed atmosphere Newquay is a superb place to relax and enjoy a coach holiday. Remember, coach holidays to Newquay are most popular in the summer months when thousands of tourists take coach trips to this holiday hotspot on the Cornish coast so try and book early to get the best deal.

Newquay History

Newquay Plays host to some superior natural defences provided by Trevelgue Head, which has had a significant impact in its development. It has been claimed that occupation of Newquay goes back to the 3rd century BC. The curve of the headland around what is now Newquay Harbour provided natural protection from bad weather and allowed a small fishing village to grow. The first national British census of 1801 recorded around 1300 inhabitants in the settlement and today's population is around 20,000. Up to the early 20th century, the fishing port was famous for pilchards although today pilchards have long gone, a small number of boats still catch the local edible crabs and lobsters.

Places of interest / attractions in Newquay

Coach holidays to Newquay provide the opportunity to visit a wide range of attractions and places of interest.

Blue Reef Aquarium

Situated on Towan Beach in the centre of Newquay, the Aquarium is a wonderful day out for the entire family. Watch the local marine life from the Cornish coast and hundreds of tropical species in the gigantic ocean display complete with underwater tunnel.

Oasis Fun Pools

With its fantastic indoor and outdoor pools you will have bundles of fun! The center features three fabulous flumes, the Hendra river rapid ride, water cannon fountains, the Giant Tap and a toddler's area with slide.

Holywell Bay Fun Park

This exciting attraction is well known as one of Cornwall's best attractions for action, thrills, value for money and family fun.

Newquay Zoo - Trenance Park

Set in lush sub-tropical lakeside gardens, experience over 130 different fascinating species. From the open rainforest exhibit to the beautiful oriental garden there is something for everyone.

Trenance Crazy Golf and Pitch and Putt

Enjoyment for all ages, Trenance Crazy Golf and Pitch and Putt Courses in Trenance Leisure Park are something for the entire family to enjoy.

Waterworld - Trenance Park

With a huge 60m flume, a fun-pool for kids, a 25m pool for the more serious swimmers, and a fitness centre, there is something for everybody here at Waterworld.

Beaches in Newquay

Newquay has a fantastic coastline and an wide array of stunning beaches. Some are great for walking, some are the best surfing beaches in the UK and others are brilliant for making sandcastles and enjoying with the family.

Crantock Beach

This beautiful golden beach with great surf, is perfect for all abilities. The northern end of the beach has a tidal river, which is an ideal place for families in search of more sheltered bathing.

Fistral Beach

By far Newquay's most iconic beach, Fistral Beach is one of the most consistent and best surfing beaches within UK and Europe. Home to the Ripcurl Boardmasters each summer, (Europe's largest surf, skate and music festival) its waters perfect for a variety of water-based sports.

Great Western Beach

A sheltered beach with the high cliffs making it a well shaded option for families during mornings. This lovely beach is also popular with novice surfers.

Harbour Beach

Situated within the harbour walls, Harbour beach is the smallest of Newquay's beaches, and is a sheltered, calm beach with no surf. This makes it an ideal environment for parents with young children.

Lusty Glaze Beach

This popular sandy beach is set in a beautiful, horseshoe shaped cove, surrounded by high cliffs with direct access to the sea. It's a great place to enjoy the scenic views or experience a wide range of activities on offer from The Adventure Centre situated on the beach. Lusty Glaze Beach is a brilliant family beach with fun activities for all ages and abilities.

Porth Beach

This long, narrow beach flanked by cliffs, is a surf free beach. It is an ideal family beach.

Tolcarne Beach

Situated at the Northern end of the bay and flanked by high cliffs, Tolcarne Beach is yet another ideal family beach that Newquay has to offer.

Towan Beach

This the most sheltered of all the Newquay beaches is once again another perfect family spot. Sit and watch the world go by or enjoy the surf that this beach has to offer.

Watergate Bay

Two miles of gorgeous golden sand and azure sea make this a fantastic beach for activity lovers of all ages and abilities.

Whipsiderry Beach

Accessible only at low tide and submerged completely at high tide. The beach has a number of large caves exposed at low tide.

Places of interest / attractions near Newquay

Coach holidays to Newquay provides the opportunity to visit a number of attractions and places of interest in the surrounding area.

Dairyland - DairyLand Farm World, Nr Newquay

A fantastic all-weather attraction that has a variety of things to do. Why not try the Raging bulls ride, mini tractors, Adventure playgrounds, Farm animals & bottle-feeding, or explore the farm, with something for all ages this is a great day out for the family.

Lappa Valley - St. Newlyn, East Newquay

With three linked railways in a beautiful wooded valley, as well as play areas, a boating lake, crazy golf, a maze, historic mine building and woodland walks to explore, Lappa Valley is a wonderful place to explore.

Trerice, National Trust - Kestle Mill, Nr Newquay

This stunning Elizabethan manor house with interiors and delightful garden, is a 'gem of the Cornish countryside'. The manor, famed for its 'barrel-roofed' Great Chamber, Charming gardens and old Cornish apple orchard, is a wonderful day out.

Crealy Adventure Centre - Tredinnick, Wadebridge

Regardless of the weather, you'll have a wonderful time at Crealy Adventure Center. With giant play areas, a selection of animals and the best adventures you're sure to have a lovely day out.

Cornish Birds of Prey - Winnards Perch, St Columb

With over 50 birds of prey including buzzards, owls, falcons and even vultures and regular flying displays, this exciting attraction has plenty to offer.

Special Events in Newquay in 2018

If you are considering a coach tour or coach trip to Newquay in 2018 the following are a selection of well attended events taking place in Newquay throughout the year. So if you are interested in attending these events search for your coach holiday to Newquay around these dates.

Relentless Boardmaster Festival 8th - 12th August 2018

Whenever you choose a coach holiday or coach tour to Newquay you are sure to find plenty to see and do. If you cannot find a suitable coach tour to Newquay contact us and let our experienced coach holiday operators help you find your perfect coach holiday.