Whether you’re flying from another country or driving from the next county, there are plenty of ways to reach us here in Cornwall. Find out more about how to get to your next Cornish cycle holiday below.

How to get here

plane in the sky

By air

Newquay Airport is just a 20 minute drive from us here at Cornish Cycle Tours. With flights operating regularly to and from London Gatwick, Manchester, Dublin, Leeds, Copenhagen, Düssledorf, Alicante, Cornwall is easily accessible from many areas across Europe

railway track at sunset

By rail

Great Western Railway and CrossCountry services operate in and out of Cornwall on a daily basis. We can arrange transfers from Bodmin Parkway Station for tours starting in Wadebridge, and from Penzance Station for the tours starting in St Just or Porthleven.

By road

All of our tour destinations are easily accessible via the A30 which can be joined from the M5 at Exeter, and runs through Cornwall.

For tours starting at Wadebridge, turn off the A30 at Bodmin, and follow the A389 through Bodmin, towards Wadebridge.

For holidays beginning at Porthleven, continue following the A30 westbound, turning off at Treswithan. Follow the road through Camborne, before joining the B3302 towards Porthleven.

Tours starting in St Just: Take the A30 towards Penzance, before turning onto the A3071 road to St Just.

If you’re travelling to Cornwall by car, we’ll provide a free car parking space for the duration of your tour. Please do contact us if you require a space or more detailed directions.