Other sights in Newquay
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Newquay is set amid some of the finest beaches on the North Coast. Fistral, west of Towan Head, is England's best-known surfing beach and the venue for the annual Boardmasters surfing festival. Below town are Great Western and Towan; a little further up the coast you'll find Tolcarne, Lusty Glaze, Porth and Watergate Bay. All these beaches are good for swimming and supervised by lifeguards in summer.
The stately rock towers of Bedruthan Steps, are a few miles further east towards Padstow; Crantock lies 3 miles to the southwest. Further west again is family-friendly Holywell Bay.