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Welcome to Portreath
 

Portreath

Beaches

Family Fun

Adventure

Walks

Watersports

Portreath is a small village located in Cornwall, England, on the county's north coast. It is a popular holiday destination due to its beautiful beaches and stunning coastal scenery. Here are some ideas for things to do while on holiday in Portreath.

With a 250-mile coastline, Cornwall has no shortage of fantastic beaches and coves.

Portreath Beach is a popular swimming, surfing, and other water sports destination. The beach is on the north coast of Cornwall and is known for its golden sands and clear blue waters. It is a popular spot for sunbathing and paddling, and there are also plenty of rock pools to explore at low tide. The beach is located in a sheltered cove, which helps to make the waters relatively calm and suitable for swimming. There are also facilities available at the beach, including toilets, a café, and a car park.

North of Portreath, you will find the beautiful coves of Porthtowan and St Agnes, whereas, to the south, you will find the endless stretch of golden sands of Godrevy and Gwithian Towans.

The world-famous Eden Project is unmissable (https://www.edenproject.com).

Newquay zoo is one of Cornwall's biggest attractions and is great for a rainy day https://www.newquayzoo.org.uk.

We are 20 minutes from St Ives,  home to several art galleries, and museums. https://www.tate.org.uk/

Penzance is famous for its pirates, and you will find cobbled streets, bobbing boats and dockside taverns engulfing you in authentic Cornwall.

 

Carry on from Penzance to Land's End and get a picture at the famous signpost landmark

Portreath is an adventurers' paradise. The Coast to Coast trail starts at here and runs all the way to Falmouth. Ideal for family bike rides. cornwalltrails.net

'The Track' has miles of trails and jumps only a few minutes cycles from our front door. the-track.co.uk

The famous Gwel an Mor 9-hole golf course is at the top of the hill and replicates some of the finest holes from the world's best golf courses.

Head North or South on the coastal path to enjoy glorious views of the Cornish coastline.

Tehidy Woods is the largest area of Woodland in West Cornwall boasting over 9 miles of walking paths and is located just over 1 mile from our house. 

It would be hard to visit Cornwall without enjoying a dip in the cool Atlantic.

Surf schools can be found at Portreath beach.

Newquay Activity Centre offers coasteering, paddleboarding, surfing and kayaking tours (https://newquayactivitycentre.co.uk/).

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