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Where to Shop in Newquay - Surf Fashion, Seaside Souvenirs, and Farm Produce

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The streets of Newquay town center are lined with shops ranging from well-known surf outlets to high-street mainstays selling the latest fashions. On the outskirts, there are plenty of farm shops selling fresh, seasonal vegetables, plus beach shops stocked with necessary items like buckets and spades, bodyboards, and Cornish ice cream.

Town center shopping

 

The main shopping stretch in Newquay runs from Fore Street into Bank Street. You can look for favorite surf brands in places like Smile Surf Shop on Fore Street, or pick up creative jewellery in Razzmatazz. Along Bank Street you’ll find high-street fashion retailers including Superdry and New Look, and you can buy a stick of traditional rock or Cornish fudge from The Cornish Sweet Shop. Off Bank Street, streets leading down to the beach are lined with shops selling flip flops, surfboards, and trendy skate gear.

 

  • Smile Surf Shop, 28 Fore Street, Newquay TR7 1LN; Tel: +44 1637 873389; Website: Smile Surf Shop
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  • Razzmatazz, 18 Fore Street, Newquay TR7 1LN; Tel: +44 1637 877874; Website: Razzmatazz

Fistral Beach Complex

 

At this trendy surf destination, there’s a small shopping village with surf fashion retailers, cafés, and restaurants. You can buy hoodies and flip flops from Ann’s Cottage, or head to Rick Stein Fistral for crispy battered fish and chunky chips on the beach. Surfboards are available to hire if you want to hit the waves. There's also a beach bar offering cold beers and ciders, plus an outdoor terrace with sea views.

 

  • Ann’s Cottage, Unit 1, Fistral Beach Complex, Headland Road, Newquay TR7 1HY; Tel: +44 1637 872155; Website: Ann’s Cottage
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  • Fistral Beach Bar, Fistral Beach Complex, Headland Road, Newquay TR7 1HY; Tel: +44 1637 850584; Website: Fistral Beach Bar

 

Shop fresh and local

 

Newquay’s surrounding lush countryside is home to working farms that produce high-quality organic meat, vegetables, and fruit for restaurants, cafés, and shops across Cornwall. Many have farm shops where you can sample the products and take them away to indulge in later. You can pick up a freshly baked Cornish pasty at Trevilley Farm Shop. Or there’s Healey’s Cornish Cider Farm, a 15-minute drive, where you’ll find homemade ice cream and a variety of fruity ciders.

 

 

Kingsley Village

 

For unique Cornish handicrafts, Kingsley Village is 15 minutes away by car, just off the A30. You can buy waterproof jackets, walking boots, and camping equipment at Nevisport, plus locally made goods, like St. Justin necklaces made from Cornish tin, in the craft hall. High-street names like Next and Starbucks are also onsite, and there's a café serving fresh local dishes like Cornish fish pie, plus a hearty Sunday carvery.

 

  • Kingsley Village, Penhale, Fraddon TR9 6NA; Tel: +44 1726 861111; Website: Kingsley Village