Newquay has something for everyone, whether you want to take in the beautiful scenery and wildlife, make the most of the amazing water sports, relax by the beach or even enjoy the thriving nightlife.
Better still there’s is a huge range of caravan parks in the area with great facilities on and off site.
We at SimplyCaravan want you to make the most of your holiday or even trip so we’ve put together this list of things to see and do when you rent a caravan in Newquay.
Renting a caravan in Newquay will plonk you smack bang in the middle of the UK’s surfing hub. Don’t worry if you’re not a surfer there’s plenty of really fun and above all safe surfing lesson providers you can book yourself in with at short notice. Prices average around £25 per person. The lessons take place in groups and usually involve some practice on the beach before you enter the water. If you’re not the greatest swimmer in the world there’s no need to panic, Surfing lessons for beginners only takes place in the shallows. I’ve found the instructors to be really enthusiastic for everyone to enjoy their experience no matter their ability and it is truly a great feeling when you manage to stand up on the board and ride a wave for the first time. If you’re renting a caravan in Newquay it’s something you won’t want to miss and it’s fun for all the family. click here to view caravans for rent in Newquay
Newquay has a thriving nightlife. If you’re looking for somewhere a little different to your average UK nightlife destination then you should definitely rent a caravan in Newquay. You can spend the day soaking up the rays on the beautiful beaches or riding the famous waves before indulging in the amazing atmosphere during the night. The bars are trendy and relaxed whilst the clubs are more what you would expect with a standard night out in the UK. I find the bars especially appealing, people come from all over the world to surf in Newquay and as such the place just feels so cultural with a different aura to anywhere else I’ve ever stayed in the UK. As you’re in Newquay there’s only 1 way to finish your night and that’s with a Cornish pasty from the bakeries that stay open late into the night.
Newquay zoo is about a 5 minute drive or bus ride from the main tourist hub in Newquay. It’s a word class zoo that you can spend an entire day exploring. I’ve found my children really enjoyed running around and exploring the zoo whilst I learnt all about the animals. There some very exotic and rare animals to view at Newquay zoo but the crowd favourites are the usual culprits such as the penguins and the lions.
If you’re looking for a great place to spend the week with your family then you should rent a caravan in Newquay. It has a huge range of family friendly things to see and do including local activity farms, aviation heritage centre, extreme water sports, Pirate adventures and much more.