Whether you have chosen to stay in Rock, a traditional Cornish village location or one of the spectacular Bays, you are in for a treat.
Holidays within the Rock area have never been as popular as they are today. With its extensive sandy beach which at low tide, extends past Brea Hill to Daymer Bay, along with a great many water sports. The Camel Estuary lends itself to windsurfing, sailing, boating, and fishing, and there is a well-known sailing club on the waterfront. The Blacktor Ferry operates across the river to Padstow but for those more daring, there is also an annual swimming race across the Camel!
Polzeath is an attractive sandy beach suitable for surfing and family holidays, situated on the same side of the Camel Estuary as Rock. The top portion of the beach is used as a car park, but be warned as the tide has been known to come a long way up the beach! Polzeath features a rugged cliff face running along either side of the beach and small rock pools suitable for children to paddle in. There are several beach shops and places to eat, interests for children and the occasional visit by dolphins!
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