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Rock is a stunning coastal village situated on the north-eastern bank of the River Camel, tucked into the north coast of Cornwall. Adjacent to Padstow, this affluent stretch of coast offers a little piece of paradise, with crystal clear waters, golden sandy beaches and a celebration of fresh, local food.

Rock, said to be named after the local quarry, is well known for its famous oysters and fresh sea food; it’s a food-lover’s delight, with freshly caught fish available at local eateries. 

Visitors to the village can spend their days on the glorious Daymer Bay, relaxing on the silky soft sand and swimming in the turquoise waters. For the more adventurous, water sports are a big part of the community at Rock, guests can try their hand at a range of water sports on offer. 

 

Top tip

Don't miss the Rock Oyster festival in summer!

Things to do in Rock

Watersports 

The sheltered Daymer Bay is the perfect spot to try your hand at some new watersports. There's lots to choose from including sailing, windsurfing, waterskiing and canoeing, or head around the headland and try surfing at Polzeath.

Walking

The coastal path around Rock provides a great way to appreciate the Cornish Coast, with large sandy bays, the banks of the River Camel and the rugged cliffs around Polzeath theres lots of variation to explore. 

Ferry

The Black Tor ferry runs a daily service between Rock and Padstow. It only takes about 5 minutes and is a great way to see Rock and the Camel Estuary.

Golf

Said to be one of the best gold Courses in the country, St Enodoc is located just outside Rock and demands views across the estuary.

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