The Essential
The sheltered bay of Newquay faces north. The town used to be a pilchard port, exporting salted fish to Italy and Spain. Huar's House on the headland is definitely worth a visit. The huar summoned the fishermen when he saw shoals of fish entering the bay. Newquay has recently been enjoying a revival among surfers, thanks to the sandy beaches that stretch out at the foot of the cliffs.

Must see

Michelin's recommendations for Newquay
Trerice Manor Trerice Manor
Trerice Manor
Trerice is a grey-stone manor house