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Newquay Harbour Beach

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A real sun-trap and well protected from the prevailing wind it provides a safe anchorage for numerous small craft. Access the harbour is restricted for boats as it dries out at low tide. Boat trips are available for deep sea fishing and mackerel fishing around the bay.
The harbour is popular with local children as the swimming is safe and many take great joy in jumping off the harbour wall at high tide.
Fishing, especially at night, is popular from the harbour wall. Main species include, mackerel, bass and flounder, recommended bait being lugworm.

Summary:

A nice place to call into when out on a walk, the beach has lovely sand and very popular with the bucket and spade brigade. Good boat fishing trips.