- by Gordon
Great Western Beach – Newquay
A West facing beach reached by walking along sands at low tide, or access via a path between the Barracuda nightclub and the Great Western Hotel. Surfing, .with caves in the surrounding cliffs and rock pools to explore at low tide
Great Western is a popular family beach. It’s backed by high cliffs and rocky inlets and joins with Towan and Tolcarne to create a large open beach when the tide is out. There are plenty of facilities available, and the town centre is just a two-minute walk away.
- Refreshments and toilets
- Seaside Award 2006
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