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Lusty Glaze Beach

Newquay, Cornwall

Lusty Glaze is a privately owned beach and cove with beautiful golden sands sheltered by dramatic 200ft cliffs. It is home to The Adventure Centre where visitors can experience the buzz of adrenaline in this idyllic natural environment or simply sit back.

Beach Type

Sand

Facilities

Cafes/restaurant
First aid station
Toilets
Lost child centre
Shops
Adventure Centre; beach huts; self-catering chalet

Activities

Swimming
Snorkeling
Surf board hire
Children's area
Surfing
Water sports centre
Canoeing
Bodyboarding
Kayaking
Climbing
Abseiling
Coasteering
Zip wire
Volleyball
Team building activities
There is zoning for water sports

Nature and Wildlife

The beach is on the main coastal footpath stretching north. along the cliffs to Watergate Bay or south through Newquay and its historic harbour.

Water Quality

Excellent

Lifeguard

Yes

Cleaning and Litter

The beach is cleaned twice a day by maintenance staff. Bins are provided.

Dogs

Dogs are banned between May and September. and dog bins are provided for the rest of the year.

Awards and Recommendations

Marine Conservation Society Recommended

Tourist Information

Tourist Information Centre Marcus Hill. Newquay. Cornwall. TR7 1BD General enquiries: +44 01637 854020 Bed Locating Team: +44 01637 854020 Events hotline: +44 01637 854040 Fax: +44 01637 854030 Email: info@newquay.co.uk

Location

Nearest town: Newquay
County: Cornwall
Latitude/Longitude: 50.4218, -5.06371
Postcode: TR7 3AD
(postcode is for sat-nav purposes only, and may not represent the actual address of the beach)

Explore more of the area around Newquay, Cornwall at Explore Britain.

Access

If driving from the north. take the M5 to Exeter and join the A30 through Okehampton and Bodmin. At Indian Queens follow the signposts to Newquay. Lusty Glaze is the most northerly of Newquay's beaches and is well signposted. You can also get there b

Public Transport

Newquay is served by train, national coach services and domestic flights. Bus routes 501(summr only), 510, 521, 527, 556, 585, 586, 587, 597.

Nearest Railway Stations

Newquay (About a mile away)
Quintrell Downs (Approx. 2 miles away)
St Columb Road (Approx. 6 miles away)

Important! Distances are as the crow (or seagull) flies. Road distances may be considerably longer, especially at estuary locations.

Parking

Parking is available for 400 cars and there are disabled spaces.

Nearby Car Parks

Lusty Glaze, Newquay (Unknown stay).
About 0 miles away
Porth Beach, Newquay (Long stay).
About 0.3 miles away
Albany Road, Newquay (Short stay).
About 0.6 miles away
Newquay Station, Newquay (Unknown stay).
About 0.7 miles away
Oakleigh Terrace, Newquay (Unknown stay).
About 0.8 miles away
Trenance, Newquay (Long stay).
About 0.8 miles away
The Manor, Newquay (Short stay).
About 1.1 miles away
Harbour, Newquay (Long stay).
About 1.1 miles away
Fore Street, Newquay (Short stay).
About 1.1 miles away
Mount Wise, Newquay (Long stay).
About 1.2 miles away

Accomodation Links

Hotels and Guest Houses in Newquay