A Pirate’s Life in Newquay!

Whether it be food and drink, something the town is becoming increasingly famous for, or hitting the waves with every local’s favourite activity, there is something for everyone to enjoy when visiting Newquay.

Just be sure to drop by visit Pirate’s Quest to learn about the history of the town and further afield in Cornwall when you’re visiting Newquay.

Our crew are gearing up for another season in Newquay and we’ve gathered their favourite things to do whilst in the old fishing town.

Captain Calico Jack

The captain of our crew is partial to a portion of fish and chips and he loves nothing more than to enjoy his favourite meal on the steps of Pirate’s Quest overlooking Newquay.

Maria Lindsay

This pirate loves treasure so much she can’t stop hunting for it! Even when she’s on land, her favourite pastime is solving puzzles and spotting clues on a Treasure Trail. There are lots to do all over Cornwall but the Newquay one is her favourite.

Edward England

You can’t keep this pirate away from the sea critters for long! His favourite place to visit in Newquay is the Blue Reef Aquarium where you can spot star fish, sea turtles and even sharks!

Anne Bonny

This lady loves Pirate’s Quest and whenever she stops off at Newquay Harbour it’s the first place she visits. Embark on a voyage of adventure and discovery

Howell Davis

Surf’s up in Newquay! Capn’ Howell Davis loves to hit the waves in Newquay which is also the surfing capital of the UK. One of his favourite beaches is Fistral, however check out his top surf spots here.

Mary Read

This fearsome female loves to enjoy a nice glass of grog and watch the sun go down before heading back out to sea. There are plenty of family friendly eateries in Newquay perfect to enjoy an evening meal. Captain Jacks, Lewinnick, Fistral Beach Bar, Steam and The Slope are some of her most regular haunts.

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