Newquay West Wales

There are regular 1 and 2 hour boat trips from the harbour which take you down the coast to places like Seal's bay where you can watch the seals basking on the rocks.

The 1 hour cruise takes you South along the picturesque Ceridigion Heritage coast passing Bird's Rock, caves,and Cwm Tudu Bay, where you will have the chance to see the Bottlenose Dolphins and the Harbour Porpoise.

The boats normally hug the coast line which is rugged, wild and really beautiful. You will see unspoilt little coves as the only way to reach them would be by boat.

Fishing good from rocks south of the harbour when the seal and dolphins aren't about. There are also fishing trips available from the harbour


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Newquay, on the West coast of Wales has a  little harbour. Newquay itself is quite small but has quite a few small shops most of them being souvenir shops selling locally made gifts, shells, Welsh love spoons etc. There are plenty of places to eat, a nice fish and chip shop, restaurants and some nice friendly public houses.

The beach is nice water is crystal clear car parking is good but quite a distance from the beach, and involves walking down a very steep hill. There is a car park almost on the beach, but you must get here early as it becomes full quickly.