Water Sports in Cornwall
Surfing in Cornwall is no longer the preserve of the young and hip or weathered veteran. The variety of beaches and surf means there’s a wave to suit all ages and levels.
Rocks, cliffs and pounding surf… fantastic! If you prefer to spectate from the security of a sunbed, however, then North Cornwall is where you’ll see some of the world’s top surfers ride the waves.
Boards and wetsuits can be hired, with half or full-day tuition available for novices. Look out too for kayak-surfing, windsurfing and kite-surfing in Cornwall.
Head to Polzeath, Bude, Widemouth, Constantine, Harlyn and Watergate bays and get busy conquering those Atlantic rollers.
Alternatively, take out a dinghy, canoe, or sailboard on the Camel estuary, or try your hand at parascending or water-skiing.
Sheltered sailing and windsurfing can be found at the Tamar Lakes, or you can enjoy a spot of rowing on the Bude Canal.
Whatever your water sport choice is, Cornwall will have it on offer and Hustyns resort is only 20 minutes drive from the coast and beaches of North Cornwall.