Getting Here

Nestled almost midway along the north Cornish coastline, Newquay is easily accessible by car, train, coach, bike, and air.

By road

The nearest motorway is the M5 South. Once you reach Exeter, take the A30 towards Cornwall. As you pass through the border between Devon and Cornwall, look out for the famous cluster of ‘nearly home’ trees to your left. Take the A392 at Indian Queen for 7 miles, the town centre is signposted from here. 


By bike

The National Cycle Route 32 (Sustrans cycle route) runs through Cornwall from Bodmin to Truro via Padstow and Newquay. The route also joins with the longer Cornish Way that runs all the way to Land’s End.


By coach

The main bus station is in the heart of the town centre on Manor Road, it is serviced by National Express, Go Cornwall Bus, and First Bus.

By train

Great Western Railway operates mainline service between Penzance and London Paddington, and CrossCountry between Penzance and Midlands, the North and Scotland. Change at Par for the Newquay branch line, it is a 45-minute journey from Par to Newquay train station which is in the town centre.


By air

A stone’s throw from Newquay (5 miles to the North), Cornwall Airport offers all-year-round flight services to domestic and European destinations, such as Dublin, London Gatwick, Manchester, and Edinburgh. You can also catch the Skybus here to the Isles of Scilly.

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