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With blue flag status and crystal clear waters Alicante’s beaches are perfect for relaxing in the sun or having a go at the various water sports on offer.
Fly direct from Newquay to Alicante with Ryanair between March and October.
St Nectans Glen Waterfall - Tintagel This place has all the ingredients for love and romance; ivy clad trees, a sparkling river and the pièce de résistance, a mesmerising waterfall.
As you walk hand in hand through the Glen which has deservedly been bestowed Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty status, you’ll sense the waterfall before you actually see it.
So take advantage of Cornwall’s skills for seduction and head to one of these romantic spots...
Cornwall sets the scene so all you have to do is find your Valentine!
Fly direct from Newquay to Cork with Aer Lingus between May and September.
Situated on the Costa Blanca, the port city of Alicante offers Spanish culture, history and beautiful Mediterranean beaches.
The Tristan Stone and Fowey - Fowey A stone it may be but this isn’t just any stone, it is an ancient monument marking the grave of noble Knight of the Round Table, Tristan, who inspired one of the greatest love stories of British history.
As a unique venue for weddings, the beautiful horseshoe shaped private cove has seen its fair share of romance and for couples that prefer to show their love in less traditional ways, the beach is also renowned for its adventure activities – surely there’s no better way to say ‘I love you’ than on the Lusty 750ft zip wire!
St Michaels Mount - Marazion This iconic Island has provided the backdrop to countless special moments and has been named one the top places in the country to pop the question, so loved up couples looking for the ultimate romance can’t go wrong by heading to St Michael’s Mount.
However, car hire in Newquay can be a smart alternative, particularly if you want to find those secluded coves and beaches that dot the Cornish coast.
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The town is bounded to the west by the River Gannel and its associated salt marsh, and to the east by the Porth Valley.