Watersports in Cornwall

Cornwall attracts enormous amounts of people from all over the world to enjoy a variety of activities, it holds the longest coastline in England providing more than 300 miles of rivers, creeks, lakes, beaches, fishing harbours, ports and indeed the huge expance of sea - all well worth exploring.

Cornwall offers the perfect conditions for many watersports, attracting anyone from the amateur to world class competitors in activites such as diving, fishing, sailing, surfing and windsurfing. Holding numerous international water sporting competitons Cornwalls coastline is definatly worth a visit - to cast your line into or dive the depths of famous shipwrecks, sail the Atlantic sea or ride its famous surf.

Over the next few pages you will see exactly what Cornwall has to offer the watersports enthusiast.

DIVING

FISHING

SAILING

North Cornwall Coast: PADSTOW | NEWQUAY | PORTREATH
Far West Cornwall: ISLES OF SCILLY, ST MARY'S | ST IVES | PENZANCE | NEWLYN
South Cornwall Coast: PORTHLEVEN | FALMOUTH | CARRICK ROADS
East Cornwall Coast: MEVAGISSEY | FOWEY | LOOE | TORPOINT

Lakes & Reservoirs

SURFING

WINDSURFING

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