With so much to do, Perranporth holidays provide an idyllic spot on the Cornish coast which is near to the stylish St Ives and the surfer’s paradise of Newquay. So, if you want a beautiful location for your holiday in West Cornwall, give Perranporth a go. It was the first place the Patron Saint of Cornwall saw of this beautiful county so why shouldn’t you?
You won’t be short of options for exploring the coastline surrounding Perranporth including one of the most challenging walks on the entire South West Coast Path. The 12.4 mile trek to Portreath passes by many artefacts of Cornwall’s rich mining history. Other walks to choose from include heading to the surfing hotspot of Newquay or enjoy a day in the village of St Agnes. For an alternative way of seeing this rugged stretch of Cornish coastline, take to the air with flying lessons available at Perranporth Flying Club which are sure to provide a spectacular image to share with friends and family when you return to the land.
With plenty of activities such as pony riding, surfing and sandcastle building to do on the three mile stretch of beach, Perranporth is the perfect Cornwall holiday destination for those looking to have a traditional English seaside holiday. The extensive sand dunes that have buried several different ancient ruins give children the perfect place to explore and play.
At the heart of the village is a boating lake where the water glistens during a warm summer’s day providing one of the most relaxing spots in the whole of the county. Holywell Bay Fun Park is just a short drive away and is a fantastic family day out with go karts, crazy golf, battle boats and much more.
Perranporth is a village that is littered with cafes and restaurants from a wide range of cuisines. You can get your traditional cream tea and Cornish pasty for lunch while enjoying an Indian for your evening dinner. To cool down during the day be sure to try an ice cream from the popular Perran Dairy Ice Cream Parlour with a wide range of flavours to choose from.
Perranporth is the perfect Cornwall holiday destination for those looking to have a traditional English seaside holiday
Lots of nearby bays offer the chance to visit other beaches in the area where you can explore the local wildlife which contains many rare birds and flowers. With easy access by road from the A30 and a fantastic range of accommodation available, Perranporth really is one of the hot destinations in Cornwall.