Cork Airport

Destination of the month

Welcome to Newquay

The surfing mecca of Newquay, while a destination in itself, is also the gateway to Cornwall, a place unlike any other in Britain with its famously rugged coastline and a landscape steeped in history.

Flying to Newquay

Aer Lingus Regional flies to Newquay from May 6 - September 23

Cork Cork airport ork to Newquay Cornwall Airport Newquay NQY

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Things to do here

Cornwall is one of England’s most extraordinary counties. From the ruins of Tintagel Castle with its role in Arthurian legend to the tin and copper mines that fuelled the early industrial revolution, it’s a place of dynamic living history that marries seamlessly with Cornwall’s reputation today as one of the world’s best surfing destinations in addition to its role as one of Britain’s food hotspots with Padstow in particular, home to some of the country’s leading chefs, most notably Rick Stein.

To Eat

  1. The Boathouse - Located on the harbour in Newquay, this restaurant is all about utilising the freshest seasonal ingredients from the local area.
  2. Paul Ainsworth At No 6 - This Michelin starred restaurant in Padstow focuses on creating modern British food using only the best Cornish products.

To Stay

  1. Fistral Beach and Spa Hotel - Overlooking the famous surfing beach of the same name, the 71 room Fistral Beach and Spa Hotel lays claim to the title of the hippest hotel in Newquay. Crisp contemporary design and lots of fun at any time of the year. 
  2. The Alverton - Truro is the county town of Cornwall and its only city. Its famous Gothic-revival cathedral was completed in 1910. The award winning four-star Alverton is the perfect introduction to the pleasures of this very picturesque city.