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MAWGAN PORTH HOLIDAYS

Sandy beaches, surfing and a spot of tranquility

Mawgan Porth cottages

Visit Mawgan Porth

Among the fantastic surfing spots on North Cornwall’s amazing Atlantic Coast is Mawgan Porth. Set in a lush green valley not far from Cornwall’s surf capital Newquay, the village is ideal if you wish to get away for a spot of tranquillity. Lying in a perfectly quiet and private stretch of the county, but boasting a fabulous sandy beach and a surf school, you’re sure to get your beach holiday fix in Mawgan Porth.

 

Mawgan Porth Cottages

A break in Mawgan Porth means a wonderfully tranquil and peaceful Cornwall holiday. Find out about the available self-catering accommodation in the village through our selection of holiday cottages.

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A sleepy cove

Mawgan Porth is a small Cornwall village in an area of amazing beauty for perfectly quiet and private North Cornwall holidays. The village is a small sleepy cove that, during the summer months, is enjoyed by surfers and those craving immersion into natural beauty.

Despite its rising popularity, Mawgan Porth remains a peaceful and traditional Cornish village full of charm. For local cuisine, the village offers traditional pub food and luxury fine-dining restaurants, while the seaside location means you are sure to find ice cream and traditional fish and chips when you need them!

Mawgan Porth beach is dog-friendly, meaning your four-legged friend can join your seaside fun, while other top beaches, such as Bedruthan Steps and the South West Coast Path are nearby, curing any coastal cravings.

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