Getting Here

Driving

Travelling by road to The Headland in Newquay is straightforward. Travel down the M5 to the end of the motorway. At Junction 31, choose the A30 or the more southerly A38 (which has some single carriageway sections and traverses the Tamar Bridge at Plymouth). Both routes rejoin at the Bodmin by-pass. From the outskirts of Newquay follow the signs to Fistral Beach. Parking is available on site at The Headland.

The AA route planner

Other ways

By Rail

The closest train station to The Headland is at Newquay. Travel is possible to Newquay by train from many parts of the British Isles.

Trainline

National Rail 

By Air

From Newquay it is possible to fly to a range of destinations across the UK and in Europe. There are also regular daily flights into Newquay from London Gatwick. Please note that there is no full-time taxi rank at Newquay Airport, and so pre-booking a taxi is essential.  To arrive in style, why not book a special transfer with Trenance Cars, who will refund your taxi fare if they are not ready and waiting in arrivals when you land. From £25 one way.

Trenance Cars website

By Bus

If you are wishing to use the bus service, we recommend looking at the Cornwall County Bus Service timetables.

Bus timetables

By Sea

From France, Brittany Ferries operates from Roscoff to Plymouth.

Brittany Ferries

By Taxi

If you need a taxi whilst in Newquay, we recommend Trenance Cars who can be contacted on 01637 262626, alternatively book online by clicking here.

Offers & Experiences

Spring By The Coast

As winter unmasks and the introduction of birdsong and perfume air aromas herald across our beautiful county, discover why spring in Cornwall is worth treasuring.

March Madness

Spring is in the air and what better time to discover why it’s a prime season to explore and holiday in Cornwall.

Kids Go Free For Half Term

We know how important family time is, that’s why kids go for free at The Headland during half term holidays!

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