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Things To Do Around Perranporth

With beautiful sandy beaches and clean air, you will enjoy a healthy holiday in this part of Cornwall. People say that a holiday here leaves them feeling refreshed and invigorated.
Surfing & Body-Boarding
Perranporth is home to one of the finest surfing locations in Cornwall.  During the season the beach is fully lifeguarded by the R.N.L.I. (as featured in BBC1's Seaside Rescue programme.)  Perranporth offers a safe and enjoyable place to surf.  If you want to learn or improve your surfing skills there are surf schools using qualified instructors. Fistral Beach, Newquay also has great surfing.
Perran Beach comprises Perran Sands and Perranporth Beach which are connected at low tide. Both sections are patrolled by R.N.L.I lifeguards during the season, making them very safe areas. Nearby beaches include Holywell Bay and Crantock, both National Trust beaches.
The site is situated very close to the South West costal path and within 500 acres of conservation land. Inland, there are miles of public footpaths traversing some of the best countryside in the UK; these can be accessed easily from the country lanes.
The park is situated next to Perranporth Golf Course.  Perranporth is one of the finest links courses in the South West, with spectacular panoramic views throughout this championship course.  There are stunning views over the sea and extensive beach below.
Fishing & Horse Riding
There are several coarse fishing lakes nearby. Sea fishing is available from Newquay Harbour and St Ives as well as many other locations. Very close to the site are stables offering riding for novice and experienced riders. Beach, Dunes and Pub rides are available.
Among many excellent traditional pubs, are the Hawkins Arms in Zelah and The Smugglers Den Inn near Cubert. Both pubs are between Perranporth and Newquay and both serve real ales and are listed in the CAMRA guide.  They also serve good wholesome food using local ingredients.
Visit the City of Truro
Truro derives its name from the Cornish Tri-veru, meaning three rivers. It is the centre for tourism, commerce and administration. The magnificent cathedral extends a warm welcome to visitors. You can take a boat trip from Truro to Falmouth along the beautiful River Fal.
Flying & Paragliding
Fly from Perranporth Airfield with one of their highly trained and experienced pilots and enjoy breathtaking aeriel views of Cornwall; an experience the whole family can enjoy.  Perranporth Aerodrome is home to The Cornish Parachute Club. There are paragliding locations less than 5 minutes walk from the caravan.

Perranporth & Cornwall Holiday Website Links

Sam Goodwin Tree Care Specialist - Commercial and Domestic Tree Surgeon Services.
The Watering Hole Bar - The only bar on Perranporth Beach.
Perranporth Infromation on Wikipedia online encyclopedia.
Perranporth Aerodrome - Flying, flight tuition, skydiving and parachute experiences.
Magic Seaweed - Surfing information for Perran Sands at Perranporth and other surfing beaches along the Cornish coast.
Perranporth Online - Local directory and information for Perranporth in Cornwall.
Perranporth Golf Club Website - Adjoins Perranporth Caravan Hire Site.
A Short Walk - Costal weather station and tide clock products.
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