And with the sunshine comes the people, as the population swells to beyond 100,000 between May and September...
Don't worry; the town can cope with this influx of visitors as there's a huge range of Newquay hotels, self-catering holiday parks, B&Bs, holiday rentals and camping opportunities.
If you're not sure what Newquay is all about, simply check out the shops in the party and surfing capital of Cornwall: you'll find buckets and spades for the kids; designer surf togs for those who get their kicks on the swells; delicious local produce from the surrounding countryside; and pointless but pretty souvenirs - typical of any holiday destination in England.
Newquay is known for its stunning string of beaches, including surfing paradise Fistral Beach, Crantock Beach, Great Western Beach, Towan Beach, Lusty Glaze Beach, Tolcarne Beach, Whipsiderry Beach and Watergate Bay, where you can whet your appetite at Jamie Oliver's Fifteen, only one of a great selection of quality restaurants around Newquay.
The town is also known for surfing, sunsets and a thriving social scene, with bars, pubs and clubs aplenty. But hotels in Newquay also cater for an upmarket crowd, though it's not quite in the same league as posh Padstow, 30 minutes up the road.
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