Perranporth (England) Reviews
Description:Perranporth is a village on the north coast of Cornwall, United Kingdom, six miles south-west of Newquay. The village, ... more
Perranporth (England) ... and its large sandy beach, face the Atlantic, with hundreds of miles of uninterrupted fetch producing large waves, making it one of the most popular surfing destinations in Britain. At low tide the sands extend up to Ligger Point, 2 miles (3 km) to the north. The sand dunes (Penhale Sands) adjacent to the northern part of the beach are used for orienteering championships. There is an army training camp here. The southern end of the beach is backed by dramatic cliffs, with natural arches and stacks, and tin-mining adits. This headland is called Droskyn Point, and on top of it is a youth hostel with spectacular views, situated beside the South West Coast Path.
Newest Review: ... beach is usually very busy as its one of Cornwall's most popular beaches with it's beautiful white sand and blue sea. There is its famous rocks to climb up, and down the side of the huge rock in the middle of the beach is a natural swimming pool. One side of the rock has been shaped to be smooth and shaped like a proper pool and the other side is made out of the natural rock that is there. ... more
Customer Perranporth (England) Reviews (4)
by - written on 08/10/13, updated on 08/10/13 (Useful, 30 readings)
Perranporth is a beautiful little town located on the north coast of Cornwall. I have to say the whole of Cornwall has to be the best holiday destination in the UK, but perranporth is my favourite part of all of Cornwall. It is such a beautiful place and I don't think you can beat it. In the summer perranporth beach is usually very busy as its one of Cornwall's most popular beaches with it's beautiful white sand and blue sea. There is its famous rocks to climb up, and down the side of the huge rock in the middle of the beach is a natural swimming pool. One side of the rock has been shaped to be smooth and shaped like a proper pool and the other side is made ... Read the complete review
by - written on 10/08/09 (Somewhat useful, 121 readings)
Perranporth is a beautiful little place on the north coast of Cornwall. Perranporth lies in a small bay and has a beautiful beach. Only a short distance from Newquay there is plenty to see and do. Whatever reason you have decided to visit Perranporth there will be plenty for everyone. Perranporth is very popular with the surfers because of its large waves and long untouched sands. The beach spreads north from Perranporth for around 3 miles and so there is always somewhere quiet to have a picnic or fly a kite. Perranporth itself has a wide range of accommodation including hotels, bed and breakfasts and also a wide selection of camping and caravan sites. There ... Read the complete review
by - written on 04/11/08, updated on 04/11/08 (Very useful, 335 readings)
As a few of you have kindly noticed I've been away this past week, I thought I'd write a review of where I'd been! I've already reviewed the hotel I stayed at (check out my Ponsmere review) so now its time for the lovely little village of Perranporth, location of The Ponsmere Hotel. The village ~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~ Perranporth is an unspoilt gem of a village situated on the north coast of Cornwall, around 7 miles from Newquay. The beach is one of the main attractions of Perranporth; with wide golden sands stretching just over 3 miles, lapped by some of the best surfing waves in this country. It's no surprise the main shops here ... Read the complete review
by - written on 08/02/01, updated on 08/02/01 (Very useful, 581 readings)
"Some day I'm gonna write The Story of my Life" So goes the song by Michael Holiday - well I'm going to write about Cornwall. It may not cover the whole of my life but it certainly has covered a major and the most happiest part of it. Cornwall was my very first experience of a holiday away from parents. It was decided upon as a second best choice to The Isle of Man, the hotel there being fully booked at the time. As I am now talking about many years ago, I can tell you it took 12 solid hours on a coach to get there from Liverpool so it seemed amazingly far away to two l6 year old girls straight from school. For this ... Read the complete review
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