Devon & Cornwall - Newquay & North Cornwall (PDF Chapter)
If it’s the classic combination of lofty cliffs, sweeping bays and white-horse surf you’re after, Cornwall’s north coast fits the bill – the shoreline between St Ives and Bude is arguably the county’s most dramatic stretch of coast.
- ponder the legend of King Arthur at the clifftop ruin of Tintagel Castle
- chow down in Padstow, Cornwall’s culinary capital
- walk along the beach underneath the impressive rock stacks of Bedruthan Steps
- restaurants & accommodation
Coverage includes: The Atlantic Highway, Bude, Boscastle, Tintagel, Port Isaac, The North Coast, Padstow, Rock, Wadebridge, Newquay, Perranporth, St Agnes, Porthtowan, Portreath, Camborne, Redruth.
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