If you are joining us over the winter period you are in for a treat, as we finally get Cornwall to enjoy for ourselves. It is a fantastic time to rediscover favourite beaches and explore the brooding moors or discover woodlands.
It is easy to find a bit of seclusion and the quieter season can mean that it is easier to spot and enjoy wildlife. Seals can often be spotted from the coast path and Grey Seal pups are born between September and December so keep your eyes open; but remember to keep your distances and avoid disturbing them. A great place for spotting seals is Godrevy where you can often see the seals lying on the rocks or swimming in the sea. We also see many migratory birds visiting Cornwall in the winter months and Porth reservoir makes the perfect spot for bird watching and a gentle stroll.
Winter can, of course, bring some more tempestuous weather which makes for some dramatic scenery when walking the Coast Path. Expect waves battering against rocks, sea spray coming over the cliffs and strong winds that carry your words away. You will also be treated to some fantastic displays from those brave enough to tackle the sea with surfers, windsurfers and kitesurfers performing all kinds of tricks.
One of the highlights of a winter walk is finding a cosy pub or cafe to warm up with a hot chocolate or a log fire and Cornwall is lucky enough to boast some of the finest. With so many to choose from, you could try a new one each week.
With Newquay View staying open all year you can really get to know Cornwall and enjoy what this beautiful county has to offer, plus you can make use of all of our great facilities too. We’d love to hear about your winter adventures so at the end of your day exploring don’t forget to pop in to the Venue for a drink and tell Nigel and the team all about what you have discovered.
Don’t forget we have exciting 30% off offers running through the winter. With 30% off Elite Caravans in November, 30% off in December and 30% off electric and no electric pitches until January!