Cornwall beaches that allow dogs during the summer months (usually Easter day - 30th September). Please check individual beaches for specific rules.
Greenaway beach’s location, tucked away along the coastal path between the popular beaches of Polzeath and Daymer Bay means it stays relatively quiet, even during the summer months. However Greenaway beach has no parking or amenities (including toilets) and there is a fair few steps to clamber down, so you can see why it stays quiet. If […]Padstow View Beach Directions
One of the most secluded beaches in Padstow, tucked away along the banks of the Camel Estuary it has gorgeous untouched golden sand, backed by small grassy dunes with spectacular views across the estuary to neighbouring beach Daymer Bay. There are no facilities on Harbour Cove, and it’s a bit of a trek to get there […]Padstow View Beach Directions
It’s sheltered location and excellent water quality (MCS recommended) make Harlyn Bay a popular beach with families and is considered one of the safest beaches in Cornwall. This protection from the open ocean offers perfect conditions for exciting coastal activities such as surfing, kayaking, paddle boarding and coasteering, which are organised and run by the local […]Padstow View Beach Directions
Car Parking An unattended grass car park is located just over 1/2 mile from Polridmouth Cove as you approach. A rather novel method of payment is required, by putting 50p in the milk churn by the farm house on the way to the beach! Toilets There are no public toilets nearby. Disabled Access No […]Fowey View Beach Directions
Porthcothan Bay is dog friendly all year round. Car Parking A large pay and display car park sits just behind Porthcothan Bay, approximately 100m away. You have to cross a small road to access the beach. Toilets Toilets are located in the car park behind Porthcothan Bay. These include disabled facilities. Disabled Access Level access […]Padstow View Beach Directions