Porth Beach Tourist Park (Newquay) Reviews
Newest Review: ... explore the caves or fancy a bit of rockpooling. Anyway, back to the site itself. The staff on arrival are really friendly and give you a sheet of paper showing how you should lay out your tent and park your car around your pitch. We have been visiting this site for 3 years now and have had pitches in various different areas - all of which are fantastic. The toilet block is AMAZING for a ... more
Customer Porth Beach Tourist Park (Newquay) Reviews (1)
by - written on 26/07/12 (Very useful, 21 readings)
So, my husband and I love camping and surfing. This is why our annual holiday usually sees us heading down South and enduring the 8 hour drive to Newquay. Now, we are aged 27 and 34 but Newquay town centre isn't really our scene. If you haven't been, it's like being in Magaluf or similar - full of hen and stag parties with cheap bars everywhere. We were trawling the web for a suitable campsite and stumbled across Porth Beach Touring Park. On arrival, we were delighted to see that we had discovered a little gem in the chaos of Newquay. So, Porth itself is a few miles out of the main town centre (thankfully), but it's only a couple of minutes drive away. ... Read the complete review
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