BY PLANE: Newquay Airport is the nearest airport to the festival, just 20 minutes away by taxi, and has domestic connections to the likes of Liverpool, London, Edinburgh and more. However, if you are flying from Europe, it is probably best to fly to either London or Exeter and then take a train down to Newquay.
BY TRAIN: If you are traveling from or via London, you can catch a First Great Western service from London Paddington down to Par, before changing onto another First Great Western or Cross Country service onto Newquay where the festival will be running a shuttle service. Similarly, there are good rail connections with the Midlands, the North and Scotland, however, most will require at least one change.
BY COACH: Big Green Coach will be running services to the festival from around the UK.
Yes, however, you must buy a parking ticket prior to arrival.
Those under 15 must be accompanied by an adult, while those under 10 go free and do not require a ticket. That said, only those 18 or over will be granted access to the beach sessions.
The festival does though have the following guardian policy in place: