Holidays in The Camel Estuary, Rock. North Cornwall.
This beautiful coastline with its contrasting remote rugged landscape, long stretches of sandy beaches and mild climate is rightly claimed as one of, if not, the major attraction on Cornwall's Atlantic coast. The tidal waters of the estuary stretch from its mouth near Padstow and Rock, to several miles south of Wadebridge. This large inland area of calm waters is protected from the Atlantic Ocean and provides ideal conditions for all water sports including; surfing, malibu and bodyboarding. The area is perfect for small children who can happily play on the many sandy beaches and explore the numerous rock pools in comparative safety.
The famous St. Enodoc Golf Course situated on the banks of the Camel estuary is reputed to be one of the best in the West of England. Two 18-hole courses provide magnificent views across the estuary with a resident professional available if required. There are several other golf courses in the area including; Roserrow Golf & Country Club near Polzeath, at Camelford (Bowood Park), and at St. Kew (9 holes - Pay & Play).
Excellent food can be found in the many restaurants of the village from the double Michelin Star Nathan Outlaw in Rock to the cafes and pubs, as well as the fresh local produce available from the bakery, butcher, fish shop, delicatessen and general store.