Cornwall is the water sports capital of England and Newquay is at the centre of it all and is only 7 miles south of Mawgan Porth and Sun Haven Valley. Any sport that you can think of happens here. There is not only surfing to do in the water but kite surfing, wave skiing and wind surfing. Out of the water there is even more to take part in like an energetic game of tennis through to the most thrilling and adrenalin experiences of Sphereing at Shere-Bude.
Surfing and Sea Sports
King Surf is the best surf school in Cornwall with itís A.B.S.A approved instructors, the school has been running for 11 years on its own beach. Mawgan Porth beach is an ideal location to learn to surf as it is a private beach and never gets too busy. Perfect for ripping it on the best waves that England has to offer.
For those of you who fancy something different to surfing there is the Extreme Academy in Watergate Bay only 2 miles south of Sun Haven Valley which can give you the chance to have a go at Power Kiting, Wavesking or Kite Surfing, you can even get your B.K.S.A instructors qualification.
Loe Beach Water Sports
If you want to learn how to sail a dinghy, windsurf, kayak or powerboat Loe Beach is the perfect place for you, with its enclosed and tranquil water away from the ruff surf Loe is the ideal place to learn.
Camel Keel Boats
Giving you the chance to do a spot of sailing and hire a dinghy for you to go and explore the coast. There is a choice of three boat to choose from including a Cornish Shrimper, Bareboat Charter and a Drascombe Lugger all with a variety of prices dependant on your budget.
All the boats are registered and licensed as passenger vessels to carry up to six persons.
Road Ford Lake Country Park
This lake has loads to do including sailing, Windsurfing, Canoeing, kayaking, Rowing and a multitude of activities for team building. There are 6 set walks to choose from all with varying lengths and difficulties. If you fancy something a bit more leisurely then there is Trout fishing to do. You can even hire a rowing boat and venture out in to the lakes depths. There is a good cafť and plenty of in door and out door seating, so donít forget to bring a picnic.
Camel Canoeing and Kayaking
There is nothing better than the freedom of paddling yourself round some of Englandís most beautiful coastland. You have got the choice of paddling out to sea or you can go inland down the estuary to find your adventure. There is a wide variety of expeditions to choose from including guided trips,
stand up paddle boarding or kayaking.
Paddle fish Adventure
This is the best way to see our dramatic coast line and a truly unique way of doing it. Based on sturdy sit-on top kayaks they make even the most novice feel at ease. While out paddling there is much to see from animals that live on the coast line like porpoises, sea birds, seals and basking sharks through to the history that you can see like the countless harbours, tin mines, wrecks and light houses that litter this coast.