Wavehunters offers kit hire, surfing and SUP lessons on Polzeath beach.
Our Sports category brings all Coast Radar’s Cornwall listings related to coastal sports together, where these can be teaching organisations or recommended locations.
Finding the best things to see and do on a Cornwall day out with your family or friends is easy – simply explore the sports links below, hit the jump to my location button or use the search bar to plan your next Cornwall activity.
Padstow Cycle Hire is ideally located at the start of the Camel Trail, a 17.5mile trail running along a disused railway line by the side of the Camel river. Offers Read more [...]
WeSUP offers total SUP discovery for the whole family. Based in Falmouth, Cornwall, we offer various stand up paddle board activities including lessons, equipment hire, guided coastal tours, team building Read more [...]
Gylly Adventures offer a range of water and land-based activities from coasteering, to Kayaking, Climbing and Standup Paddleboarding (SUP). We focus on providing a fun, safe and adventurous environment to Read more [...]
This is a great example of an art deco lido. The Lido was designed in the 1930s and in February 2014 it was severely damaged by storms and was re-opened Read more [...]
You need to buy and display a permit to kitesurf in the estuary zone. The area is administered by the Hayle Harbour Authority and a strict code of conduct must Read more [...]
The Hayle Outdoor Swimming Pool is open daily, weather permitting, during the main summer months. Although a unheated pool it does have a solar cover that means the water temperature Read more [...]
The Sea Pool at Bude was created in the 1930s to provide a haven for safe swimming. The pool is around 91m long and 45m wide. The sea-water pool sits Read more [...]
Sennen Cove has become renowned for its surfing conditions and is highly regarded by local and non-local surfers alike. Sennen tends to be slightly more protected from winds and swell Read more [...]
The coastal path passes through Polzeath in one direction to Rock, and in the other through New Polzeath, Pentire Point and along miles of stunning coastline. On the headland of Read more [...]
Watersports are not the only thing to do, Watergate Bay is a great beach for a walk at low tide and dogs are allowed all year round. Like most of Read more [...]
Watergate Bay is popular with many adrenaline activities including kite surfing, kite buggying, mountain boarding, waveskiing and surfing.