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Airport Newquay
Ferry Plymouth
Train station Carbis Bay 200 m
Car Car not necessary

Activities near Carbis Bay

Sports Golf course on site or within 15 min walk, Tennis in town, Water sports
Great for Walking holidays, Rural or countryside holidays, Beach or lakeside relaxation, Cycling holidays

How to get there

By Road

The M5 and M6 (south bound) lead to the West Country.

From Exeter you can choose from two major holiday routes, the A30 and the A38.

The A30 will lead you across Bodmin Moor, and by taking the A38 route you will enter Cornwall across the Tamar Bridge in Plymouth. The roads are mainly dual carriageways.

By Rail

There is a good service from most major cities.

For St. Ives you will disembark just before the train goes on to Penzance, at St. Erth Station .

By Coach

From over 1,200 cities by National Express coach via Bristol, Exeter and Plymouth.

By Air

Ryanair will start their service from London Stansted to Newquay from Easter 2002.

Ryanair Information

Air South West operate flights daily between Newquay and a number of destinations around the UK.

Air South West Reservations

The Newquay airport website provides more information about their facilities, parking, car hire and how to get there.