Surf the waves on Polzeath, Harlyn, Booby’s Bay or Newquay. Water ski from Rock Bicycle to Padstow, Wadebridge or on Bodmin Moor – the possibilities are endless at The Slate Beach House.
The estuary is a paradise for sailing or water skiing. The Camel School of Seamanship, RYA and AALA licensed, offers sailing lessons for every level or you can rent your own Cornish Shrimper or Wayfare.
You can visit Boscastle, Tintagel and Port Isaac as they are close by or for relaxation pack your picnic and lie on white sand beaches at Padstow and Daymer Bay. Heaven!
Go mackerel fishing or sailing from Rock or Padstow and see who makes the catch of the day. Stop for a spot of lunch at the famous Rick Stein restaurant or spend an evening exploring the local bars and pubs sampling the local ales.
Walking is a way of life in the picturesque Cornwall town of Padstow. The South West Coast Path, Britain’s longest footpath, stretches along the coast and, via ferry, across the Camel River so there is lots to explore.
Take a sea safari boat trip along the beautiful cornish coast. Based in the traditional port of Padstow. Expect to see: Seals, Basking Sharks, Puffins and lots more.
Give Surfing a go, pull on a wetsuit and give it a try. You’ll be amazed at how quickly you’re standing up on the board, how exhilarating it feels – and how addictive it is.
Padstow Maize Maze is a seven acre maze based on the hill just outside padstow with a fun quiz trail and kids games and entertainment.
Head off to the Adventure Centre at Lusty Glaze for abseiling, rock climbing and coasteering or try the Extreme Academy at Watergate Bay for kite surfing, paddle boarding and mountain boarding.
Head to the beach for surfing, water sports, paddle boarding and coasteering – or just a spot of sun-bathing.
After working up an appetite surfing there are many different local places to eat. Whether you are looking for a fine-dining experience in a fancy restaurant or a small place that the locals frequent, you can find it in Padstow.
Bedruthan Steps is a spectacular sandy beach broken by giant granite stepping stones. Over a mile long at low tide. Accessed by steep steps. Not for swimming or surfing but the scenery is stunning – as are the cream teas in the National Trust café.
If you would like to indulge in some beauty and health pampering our expert beauty therapists offer a full range of treatments. Get all the luxury of a visit to a five star spa in the comfort of your own seaside escape.