Newquay. Fistral Bay

The camera of Pentire Hotel looks north towards Fistral Bay of the English resort town of Newquay. On the right side of the screen we see a 750-meter-long sandy beach, Fistral Beach. The beach is popular not only among fans of sunbathing, but also among surfers, thanks to the great waves of the Celtic Sea.

Fistral Bay is bounded by two headlands. In the background, we can see one of them, Towan Head. The second one, Pentire Point East, is located just behind the hotel, where this camera is installed. As you can see, there are several hotels in Towan Head, like The Headland, which rises majestically over the entire coast.

Newquay has a reputation as not only a seaside resort, but also as a large coastal fishing town, which is why local cafes and restaurants have extended fish menus.