Finding a surfboard to hire in Newquay is pretty easy, with over seven beautiful beaches and year-round surf. Newquay is one of the best places in Europe to surf.

Surfboard Hire Newquay

Here at Surf Hire Newquay, we provide surfboard rental’s all year round, what’s more, we will deliver the surfboards to you! Saving you time and hassle of going into town and searching through dozens of surf shops with no guarantee they will have the right surfboard hire for you.

Once we’ve delivered your surfboard it’s time to hit the beach! And beaches are what Newquay does very well. Crantock, South Fistral, North Fistral, Little Fistral, Towan, Great Western, Tolcarne, Lusty Glaze, Porth, Watergate Bay are just some of the surf beaches in Newquay, Cornwall.

Depending on the surf conditions it’s possible to find a fun wave to surf 87% of the time! Generally speaking, it’s smaller in the summer months, and much bigger in the winter months.

We provide a full range of surfboards for rent in Newquay – Softboards (beginner surfboards), improver boards and full custom performance shortboards. If you’re unsure what surfboard you would like to hire we can advise you.

So what does the process look like?

Good question! Simply call us on 07375 817 823 or submit a booking request. From here one of our team will reach out within the hour to discuss your needs, experience, location while staying in Newquay and how long you’d like to rent the surfboards. 

We’ll provide a customised quote, on acceptance from you we will send a 20% deposit invoice link which will allow you to secure your booking prior to arrival in Newquay. Confirmation is then sent and we lock in the time and date for delivery – so that when you arrive in Newquay everything is ready for you to hit the waves!

The balance of the surf rental is due on delivery on your first day. We ask that surfboards are stored somewhere secure overnight and are not left in the sunshine during the day.

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More About Newquay

According to Wikipedia, Newquay is a town on the north coast of Cornwall, in southwest England. It’s known for sandy Fistral and Watergate Bay beaches, where waves from the Atlantic Ocean create strong surf. On the seafront, the Blue Reef Aquarium features an underwater tunnel going through a coral-reef tank with pufferfish, sharks and rays. Further inland, surrounded by tropical gardens, Newquay Zoo is home to lions, wildebeest and sloths.