Buying Tickets to Newquay
Par to Newquay£
Off-Peak Day Return. Valid after the morning peak, and anytime weekends or Bank Holidays.
Please note: Due to signalling upgrades, from Mon 4 to Sun 10 March there will be replacement buses on the Atlantic Coast Line. Sections of the Cornish main line will also be closed from Tues 27 Feb to Sun 10 March. Full details
Newquay is a coastal town with some of the best beaches in the UK.
Newquay station is right in the heart of the town, so you can hop off the train ready to explore the shops or the many beautiful beaches within walking distance.
There is a steep walk down to the beach, which is best visited at low tide when it joins with nearby Towan Beach to create a large expanse of golden sand.
As well as beaches, Newquay also has a great shopping scene where surf shops and boutiques mix with independent shops and cafes.
Newquay station is on the Atlantic Coast Line. To visit from Plymouth, Truro or elsewhere on the main line, change at Par.
Newquay station is handily located in the town centre. Beaches are within easy walking distance (see above).
Luxulyan village is the gateway to the Luxulyan Valley, a lush, tranquil area today but once a hive of industrial activity. You can explore the valley on foot easily from the station and walk the stunning Treffry Viaduct as well as discovering all about its place in Cornwall’s rich mining heritage.
Par is the station on the mainline where you need to change to access the Atlantic Coast Line to Newquay. Par itself is an old fishing port. Visit the village to explore its small shops, cafes and pubs. Par Sands beach is approx. 20 minutes’ walk from the station and includes a section of the South West Coast Path.