Cornwall news Top things to do around Newquay according to Trip Advisor UK news

PremierLeague-News.Com - Cornwall - The rankings are based on reviews and ratings from people who have tried and tested them

Cornwall news Top things to do around Newquay according to Trip Advisor UK news

PremierLeague-News.Com - Cornwall - The rankings are based on reviews and ratings from people who have tried and tested them

Cornwall news  Top things to do around Newquay according to Trip Advisor UK news
07 April 2021 - 12:15

PremierLeague-News.Com - Breaking Sport Transfer News ! From getting up close and personal with rare species, to indulging in thrilling ocean activities, this list has you covered with the best places to spend your time in Newquay. The rankings are based on reviews and ratings for attractions in and around the North Cornwall holiday resort as stated on website TripAdvisor - and there's a good mix of things to do once restrictions allow for it. So whether you're in search of a peaceful beach walk or something a little more cultural - take a read below. You can stay up to date on the top news and events near you with CornwallLive’s FREE newsletters – enter your email address at the top of the page. 10. Trerice With 836 reviews, Trerice is an Elizabethan manor house, described as "immaculate" with "friendly and knowledgeable guides" by those who have left reviews. Visitors also love the gardens and the tea room where you can enjoy a beverage accompanied by stunning views. The National Trust spot has an overall TripAdvisor rating of four stars. 9. Polzeath Beach A surfer walks across an empty beach at Polzeath during lockdown. (Image: Greg Martin / Cornwall Live) Polzeath Beach is only a ten-minute walk along a coastal path to Old Polzeath, the beach is well known for its surf, which makes it ideal for Malibu and body surfing. The beach has 403 reviews on TripAdvisor with an average rating of four-and-a-half stars. Polzeath is about a 40 minute drive from Newquay. 8. Blue Reef Aquarium A rescued Kemps Ridley Turtle from Texas at the Blue Reef Aquarium in Newquay after it was discovered on Holywell Bay Beach. (Image: Blue Reef Aquarium) Described as "lovely" and "informative but small", the Blue Reef Aquarium has 40 displays that bring to life the sights, sounds and smells of the sea, with regular feeding displays, rock-pool workshops and informative talks. Situated on the Towan Promenade in the heart of Newquay, Blue Reef Aquarium not only offers a beach on its doorstep but also a great day-out option, whatever the weather. With 1,740 reviews in total the aquarium has an average rating of three-and-a-half stars on TripAdvisor. 7. Holywell Bay Beach The golden sands at Holywell Bay (Image: Julie Taylor) With 312 reviews and an average rating of four-and-a-half-stars, Holywell Bay is a stunning golden sand beach backed with grass dunes. One visitor said: "Our kids loved the rock pools and when the tide was out" and another said it offers "tremendous" opportunities for walking, picnicking and exploring. Go bodyboarding in the water, storm watch in winter or stroll across the sands with your dog all year round. 6. Watergate Bay Watergate Bay is number four in the top 100 Most Instagrammable dog friendly beaches in the UK (Image: Belinda Fewings/Cofton Holidays) Yet another beach to add to the checklist, Watergate Bay is another popular spot that is dog friendly year-round. The beach is a two mile stretch of golden sand at low tide and is a popular surfing and kite-surfing spot with the open bay frequently picking up swell from the Atlantic. With 815 reviews and an average rating of four-and-a-half stars, people say the beach is "glorious" with "miles to explore" and "great waves". While you are here, take some time to complete our survey below.

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. Porth Beach A popular family beach, Porth Beach has 871 TripAdvisor reviews with an average star rating of four-and-a-half stars. There's level access to the beach and there is pleasant walking around Porth Island. One reviewer said: "It's perfect for a gentle walk and if you are lucky to be there for sun rise or sun sets you will be rewarded with a wonderful view". 4. Cornwall Aviation Heritage Centre With 616 reviews and a five-star rating, the Cornwall Aviation Heritage centre is a great family-friendly tourist attraction. Described as suitable for young and old, indoor and outdoor enthusiasts, you can sit inside the cockpits of some fantastic aircrafts. "This museum is one of the best," said one review. "You can sit in all the aircraft the volunteers are very knowledgeable and the range of aircrafts is fantastic. Well, well, worth the visit". 3. Newquay Zoo A ring-tailed lemur at Newquay Zoo (Image: Greg Martin / Cornwall Live) Set in lush sub-tropical gardens, Newquay Zoo is the place to discover some of the wonders of the world. From lions, lynx and lemurs to meerkats, marmosets and monkeys, you are never far away from a little animal magic when you're here. On TripAdvisor the zoo has 2,851 reviews with an average rating of four-and-a-half stars.. 2. Lappa Valley Lappa Valley steam railway has delayed its February half term opening because of lightning strike damage suffered durting Storm Ciara (Image: Lappa Valley Steam Railway) Lappa Valley transports families on a nostalgic steam train ride into a secret world of traditional play and family adventures. People have called it "fabulous" saying that "even the rain didn't dampen [their] trip". Another called the experience "absolutely wonderful." One reviewer said: "All the staff were very welcoming and friendly which makes a lot of difference to someone’s stay." There are 1,639 reviews on TripAdvisor with an average rating of four-and-a-half stars. 1. Fistral Beach Fistral beach in Cornwall (Image: Getty) This Newquay beach is one of the world's top surfing destinations and is popular among the thousands of enthusiasts who flock to it every year. There are 4,359 reviews on TripAdvisor with an average rating of four-and-a-half stars. Citing their reasons for loving it people have called it "beautiful", "wild" and "busy". One person praised the "amazing crystal blue waters". Do you agree with the rankings? Let us know in the comments what day out you think is unmissable in Newquay. More stories from Cornwall: Restaurants in Cornwall that offer a dog menu What's on and where to go in Cornwall when we finally come out of lockdown

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