5 of the best places to go surfing in Cornwall
Surfing in Cornwall is an incredible thing to do. It's about as British as fish and chips, and gives you a chance to get out and enjoy nature. However, finding the right place to go can be incredibly difficult. All around the Cornish peninsula are fantastic places hidden away in idyllic bays, and gorgeous golden sandy beaches.
We work with many surf schools around the UK, along with many other types of experiential business. We've even been surfing with a fair few of them! As a result, we know a little bit about where some pretty excellent spots are.
Perranporth Surf School
What we love: It's run directly off Perranporth beach in the middle of the town itself, which is a bit less crowded than Newquay, and just a few miles down the road.
Big Green Surf School
What we love: Crantock beach is a gorgeous location with magnificent local scenery.
Westcountry Surf School
What we love: Run by a dynamic brother & sister duo, this north Newquay surf school is pretty fantastic.
What we love: Based on the phenomenal Praa sands just down the road from St Michael's Mount.
Walking on Waves
What we love: A beautiful, extensive beach with long, elegant waves.
What we love: Ok, this isn't a surf school. However, it offers Kitesurfing, paddleboarding, and kayaking. Run by one of the world's foremost kiteboarders, Steph Bridge, they're a great place to get your adrenaline hit.
Cornish Rock Tors
What we love: This isn't a surf school either. They do coasteering, paddleboarding, and kayaking. It's a gorgeous location, and they are a really wild alternative adventure.
There are so many incredible places around the Cornish peninsular to try different watersports, and lots more surf schools not on our list. If you want to find more places to try out some of these activities, and many more, check out eola.
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