Activities in Cornwall
Create your ultimate activity break in Cornwall. Below are just a few recommendations on what’s on offer in the area. Other suggestions on things to do in Cornwall are listed on the right.
Kingsurf, Mawgan Porth’s very own Surf School, rated Top Activity in Cornwall on Trip Advisor, has operated at Mawgan Porth, as a B.S.A approved surf school for 11 years, giving the knowledge & experience to help you progress both quickly & safely. Kingsurf provides fun, professional & safe surfing lessons for all abilities. From one lesson taster sessions to week long progressor surfing courses
Ever fancy learning how to Kite Surf or Traction Kiting ? Well at the Extreme Academy at neighbouring Watergate Bay you can.
Cornwall Segway in Newquay and Helston allow you to take control of your own exciting futuristic Segway. One of the largest fleets of Segway‚ experience this unique form of transport, likened to gliding on a magic carpet. Riding a Segway is really easy and accessible to most ages and abilities.
Skywire at The Eden Project : Take a flight on the longest zip wire in England and see Eden like you’ve never seen it before! Safely strapped into your harness, you’ll glide above our iconic Rainforest and Mediterranean Biome structures and our huge outdoor gardens.
St. Eval Kart Racing Circuit (only 5 mins drive away) is a massive outdoor 1.2km track for 7 years and above. It is the UK’s biggest children’s kart circuit, and the Southwest’s largest and fastest adult kart circuit.
Tina’s Horse Riding Stables at nearby St Merryn offer lessons and beach rides for ages 4 and up, beginners and experienced riders welcome. Or try Trenance Riding Stables in Newquay for pony trekking along the Gannel Estuary.
Join ‘Hotrocks’ on a Coasteering expedition where you will contour the huge towering sea cliffs which hide some of Cornwall’s deepest darkest smuggling secrets. Coasteering also involves a certain amount of rock climbing and scrambling.
The Trial Flight Experience with FlyNQY at Cornwall Newquay Airport is a wonderful opportunity to take to the skies and see the world from a different perspective. The views are spectacular and the experience will provide you with the opportunity to take the controls of the aircraft, whilst admiring the breathtaking Cornish scenery and coastline. Also based at Cornwall Newquay Airport, The Classic Air Force Museum opens it’s doors this Easter and offers pleasure flights and loop the loop in their classic airplanes. It promises to be an attraction for all the family.