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POLZEATH HOLIDAYS

Walking routes, world-class surf and dolphins

Visit Polzeath

A picturesque seaside village sat in Padstow Bay and surrounded by the famously rugged Cornish coastline - Polzeath is a perfect location to base yourself when exploring wonderful North Cornwall. One of the world’s most renowned surfing destinations, the village is a haven for beach lovers, while it’s not unusual to catch glimpses of stunning sea life - including dolphins and seals - riding the crests of breaking waves.

Polzeath Cottages

If it’s a seaside, surfing holiday you crave, Polzeath is the place for you. Our holiday cottages, including converted barns and properties with sea views, make ideal accommodation.

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St Minver Holiday Park

Set in the woodland grounds of an old manor house near Rock, and within easy reach of brilliant beaches, Parkdean Resorts St Minver Holiday Park is a great place for a family holiday in Cornwall.

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A local's guide to Port Isaac

An enchanting little village on the rugged north coast of Cornwall, Port Isaac is home to Doc Martin, the endearingly named 'squeezy belly alley' and a maze of narrow streets inviting you to explore.

A local's guide to Newquay

A popular surfing destination on the rugged north coast of Cornwall, Newquay is home to some fabulous sandy beaches as well as amazing coastal walking, fun family attractions and fabulous festivals.

A surfing mecca

One of the finest surfing locations in the UK, Polzeath Beach is a great place to see some of the UK’s most beautiful marine life - in particular seals, dolphins and seabirds.

There’s a range of pubs, bars and restaurants in the village, including the Oystercatcher, The Waterfront, Surfside Polzeath and The Cracking Crab, while various surf hire shops and independent traders ensure it’s a destination that has all you need for a Cornwall seaside holiday.

One of the South West Coast Path’s most popular stretches is from Polzeath Beach onto Daymer Bay and Rock at the Camel estuary. Another great way to explore the surrounding area is by cycling or walking along the 18-mile-long Camel Trail, while Camel Creek Adventure Park and the Eden Project are both nearby: perfect for a family day out.

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