If there is one thing Cornwall is famous for, it is Cornish Pasties and Newquay is no exception. There is no shortage of places to get them from supermarkets to traditional Pasty shops and they are located all over Newquay.
You can buy all kinds of flavours from the Traditional to the unusual like the Full English Breakfast Pasty.
No trip to Cornwall should be without sampling a Pasty.
This greek looking building is actually a grade II listed building thought to date from the 14th century. Its a throwback to when Newquay was just a small village dependent upon its pilchard fishing industry.
From here the "huers" watched for the arrival of the shoals of fish whereupon a hue (a cry) was made to the harbour below. The huers then directed the boats in the bay with a series of signals and shouts to ensure the correct laying of nets to bring in the catch.