Visiting Newquay has many advantages the top two advantages being once you have arrived it's really convenient and easy to get around on foot. If arriving by train you'll most likely be able to reach your accommodation and all the hotspots of the town within a few minutes walk.
Newquay is also a great base for day trips to other parts of Cornwall. With many of the top destinations and days out in Cornwall being roughly 40 minutes or less (traffic dependent) by car, a day trip to the south coast towns such as Fowey is easily accomplished.
Where to park in Newquay? Parking is typically fine and fairly stress-free until the six-week summer holidays. If you're visiting in any of the half term holidays or the main 6 weeks holidays, expect the car parks to be full by 11am.
Fore Street, Fore St, TR7 1LN (Only 2 hours)
The Manor, St Georges Rd, TR7 1RL
Mount Wise, Mount Wise, TR7 2BH
Dane Rd, TR7 1HL
Belmont, 19 Belmont Pl, TR7 1HG
Harbour, Station Rd, TR7 2NG (Dont even think about it. Picture tight spaces, limited parking and lots of people)
Trenance Leisure, Edgcumbe Ave, TR7 2LZ
Pentire Headland Car Park, Esplanade Rd, TR7 1PS, UK
Atlantic Road Car Park, Atlantic Rd, TR7 1QQ, UK
Gannel Road, Gannel Rd, TR7 2AG, UK
If you want a stress-free time parking arrive in Newquay before 10am and leave your roof box at home as nearly all of the car parks have height barriers.
Park and Ride: For those travelling Park and Ride site across from Hendra Holiday Park on the A392. Hop on the 93 bus, and enjoy a scenic route passing by Newquay Zoo and Newquay Railway Station before reaching Newquay Bus Station. It's a convenient service that's part of the broader 93 timetable connecting Truro and Newquay.