PUBLISHED: 16:18 20 July 2015 | UPDATED: 13:04 30 August 2017

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A superb park for families and couples Porth Beach Holiday Park is situated in a picturesque countryside valley where you’ll discover a peaceful ambiance, which its regulars describe as unique to the park!

Porth’s biggest attraction is its immediate proximity to one of Newquay’s best known and loved family beaches, Porth Beach, a mere 100 metres from the park, a perfect combination of golden sand, pebble filled stream, sandy shoreline, rock-pools and surf! With its beautiful bay, stream, pools and surf, the beach has lots of room to build the biggest and best sandcastles and then to explore the many rock pools for marine life. It’s regarded as one of the safest beaches for swimming in the Newquay Area.

The park offers superb caravan holiday homes and spacious pitches for touring caravans, motorhomes and camping as well as camping pods. With its award-winning facilities, featuring centrally heated and air conditioned toilets and washrooms, free showers and launderette, Porth Beach Holiday Park is justly proud of its reputation for very high standards.

Down one side of the valley, there is a meandering stream, ideal for paddling and watery exploring, but if this becomes too strenuous you can sit and watch the water flow and feed the ducks. You will also find loads of space and a really friendly atmosphere making a stay here a truly relaxing experience, the perfect location for exploring the spectacular coast, enjoying the world-famous surf or just chilling out. Nearby there is a local pub, beach-side cafe and shop, plus, within a mile you’ll find Newquay’s vibrant town centre, local supermarkets, restaurants and seaside attractions, providing everything you need from groceries and gifts to entertainment and surf lessons! You can get a bus from outside the park to almost anywhere in Cornwall too!

The park is in the perfect location for exploring the spectacular coast, discovering the world-famous surfing culture, or just chilling out. Only a short drive away is stunning Watergate Bay, where Jamie Oliver’s 15’ restaurant is located, or a scenic coast road ride to Padstow for a taste of Rick Steins cuisine, or a few minutes into Newquay to find some of the best fish and chips in the UK, this is great place to find gourmet treats! Check out the Eden project, or one of the many historical or heritage attractions or famous sub-tropical gardens, even a day out to the Scilly Islands!


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