Harbour Beach is the smallest beach in Newquay, Cornwall, and is a working harbour, with fishing vessels coming and going with the tide. The beach, which is north-east-facing, is easily accessible, though only at low tide. The harbour walls provide shelter.
To the east of the harbour wall is Towan Beach. During peak seasons boat trips are available from the harbour. There is no lifeguard patrol.
A seafood café is situated on the beach. There are toilets but no parking facilities. However, Newquay town centre, with its’ shops, cafés, restaurants, pubs, sundry attractions and car parks, is only a five minute walk away.