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SURFING FISTRAL BEACH | SURFING LESSONS NEWQUAY FISTRAL BEACH

SURFING FISTRAL BEACH


IDEAL FOR LEARNERS AND EXPERIENCED SURFERS ALIKE ...
Cornish Wave Surf School delivers surf lessons at Fistral beach. Standing out as one of the most renowned surfing destinations not only in Cornwall but also in the entire UK, boasting a reputation as one of the premier surf beaches along the north Cornish coast.
 
Nestled just a brief stroll away from Newquay's bustling town center, Fistral Beach spans a wide expanse of sandy shoreline flanked by picturesque dunes. Its strategic location, merely a five-minute walk from our base in Newquay, makes it easily accessible for surfers of all skill levels. Whether you're a seasoned pro or a novice, Fistral's west by northwest orientation toward the Atlantic ensures consistent waves year-round.

SURFING LESSONS NEWQUAY FISTRAL BEACH

Surfing at Fistral Beach is not just an activity; it's a cultural phenomenon deeply ingrained in the fabric of UK surf culture. As the Home of British surfing, Fistral Beach has earned its reputation over the years, by playing host to some of the nation's most prestigious surfing competitions. Fistral Beach's distinctive position within Newquay, coupled with its orientation and connection to the Atlantic Ocean, it's easy to understand why it's a favoured destination for both novice and experienced surfers.

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Taster Surf Lessons

2 Hours

Ages 8+

All Equipment Provided

INTRODUCTION TO SURFING LESSON

Our taster surf lesons are designed to be a great introduction to surfing. From beach & surf safety to tips and techniques to get you riding back the shore. Join us as an individual, couple, or bring a group.

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Surf Hire

Half Day | Full Day

All Ages

Big Choice of Equipment

SURF EQUIPMENT HIRE

We have a huge selection of surf equipment hire. Book online or call into our shop. We're just a few minutes walk from Fistral Beach. With indoor & outdoor changing areas and showers we're a great option for your surfing base in Newquay.

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Surf Camps

2- 4 Nights

All Ages

Surf & Stay

SURF WEEKENDS & SURF CAMPS

Tailored for solo adventurers, couples, & friends, our surf camps are super social where you can enjoy surfing alongside like-minded individuals. Fully hosted from beginning to end, there's always someone available to guide you throughout.

NEWQUAY CORNWALL SURFING COMPETITIONS

Fistral Beach in Newquay, Cornwall has been the prestigious venue for numerous surfing competitions, both past and present. Among these is the renowned Boardmasters event, established in 1981. This five-day extravaganza takes place across two picturesque locations in Cornwall, with Fistral Beach serving as the epicentre of UK surfing.

Additionally, Fistral Beach has hosted the English National Surfing Championships, attracting top surfers from across the country to compete for coveted titles.

Each year, the beach has been the setting for the British Universities & Colleges Sport (BUCS) Surfing Championships, showcasing the talent of student surfers in a competitive arena.

Amoungst many other more local compitions put on by Newquay Boardriders the beach is the stage for the Longboard Classic, highlighting the diverse range of surfing disciplines celebrated at this iconic location.
IMAGE SOURCE: Boardmasters

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INTERESTING TO KNOW...

The name "Fistral" is recorded as Fistal in 1813, coming from the Cornish bystel meaning "foul water, bile or gall" (compare Welsh bustl) probably in reference to the waves making it an unsuitable landing site.
SOURCE: Wikipedia

THE HEADLAND HOTEL
Dating back to 1897, The Headland has earned its reputation as one of Cornwall’s most renowned hotels. Perched majestically on the cliffs, it offers sweeping views of Newquay's renowned Fistral Beach. This Victorian architectural marvel was crafted by Silvanus Travail. Initially, local fishermen contested its construction, claiming the land was communal. They had traditionally used it to dry their nets, while local farmers had freely grazed their livestock there for generations. The building process was marked by heated debates and constant threats to the workers. SOURCE: Headland Hotel

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