Surf and Camping Turf
Looking for the ideal Surf and Camping Turf? Surfing in Cornwall has a rich history. Surfers from Hawaii and California introduced the sport with wooden boards along the Cornish coast.
After World War II, the sport gained popularity, and surfboards evolved with lightweight fiberglass. The Cornwall Surfing Club formed in 1959, marking Cornwall’s official entry into the surfing scene.
Cornwall embraced surf culture, with surf shops, schools, and tourism thriving. Today, it remains a mecca for surfers, offering waves for all levels and a strong environmental focus.
Mawgan Porth Beach in Cornwall is a beautiful and family-friendly spot known for consistent waves, making it ideal for surfers of all levels. It’s sheltered for swimming, and low tide reveals expansive space for beach activities. Nearby facilities make it convenient, and coastal walks offer natural beauty.
The surrounding area offers some breath-taking coastal walks, providing guests with the chance to explore the natural beauty of Cornwall. Mawgan Porth Beach is a gem in the region, offering a blend of natural beauty, recreational opportunities, and a laid-back atmosphere that appeals to locals and tourists alike.
Mawgan Porth Beach is indeed a fantastic spot for surfing, particularly for beginners and intermediate surfers. The beach offers consistent waves, making it an excellent place to learn and practice the sport.
Kingsurf surf school in Mawgan Porth, celebrating its 18th year as an approved surf school, stands out for its excellent customer service and personal care. They cater to all skill levels, ensuring participants leave with enthusiasm and knowledge, offering top-notch equipment regularly approved by Surfing England.
Higher Pendeen Camping is the perfect surf and camping turf being just a 10 minute, mainly private walk through our farm to the beautiful beach at Mawgan Porth. Bring your own tent or take advantage of our Bell Tent Camping option, leaving you more time to enjoy your stay.