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Dog Friendly Beaches


Dog Friendly Beaches
Cornwall


Cornwall has a vast selection of beautiful beaches from family friendly, safe swimming, the ideal spot for surfing or taking your dog for a walk.
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Bedruthan Steps, Padstow

This is a large sandy beach dotted with large rocks.
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Blackpool Sands, Nr Dartmouth

Blackpool Sands - the closest beach to Dartmouth - is quite spectacular.
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Cadgwith Beaches, Cadgwith

Cadgwith has two, small, pebble beaches which are often covered by fishing boats.
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Carbis Bay Beach, St Ives

The centre of the beach is where all the facilities and car park are situated.
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Carlyon Bay Beach, St Austell

This long sandy beach is currently being re-developed but it remains open to the public throughout this...
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Carne Beach and Pendower Beach, near Veryan

Carne beach and Pendower beach make up a mile-long stretch of sand near Veryan.
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Constantine Bay Beach, Padstow

This beach has a reputation as being one of the best surfing beaches in Cornwall.
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Coverack Beach, Coverack

Coverack beach has a variety of personality which is governed by the weather; in the summer at low tide...
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Crantock Beach, Newquay

Crantock Beach is popular for surfing as are many other beaches in the Newquay area.
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Daymer Bay Beach, Daymer Bay

Daymer Bay beach is sandy and has rock pools in the north of the bay.
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Lantic Bay Beach, near Fowey

The beautiful white sands at Lantic Bay Beach are sheltered by the surrounding coves.
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Lantivet Bay Beach, near Fowey

This small sandy beach near Lansallos has parking at a National Trust car park at Polruan.
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Loe Bar Beach, Porthleven

If you walk through Porthleven village and continue around the coast, you reach Loe Bar and the largest...
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Mullion Cove Beach, Mullion Cove

Mullion Cove beach is small and sandy.
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Nanjizel Beach, near Land's End

Nanjizel beach is a beautiful beach with white sand and beautiful views.
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Northcott Mouth Beach, Bude

This beach has pebbles as well as sand, as well as some rock pools.
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Par Sands Beach, Fowey

This is a wide sandy beach which is popular with families.
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Perranporth Beach, Perranporth

This beach is sandy and stretches for two miles.
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Plaidy Beach, Looe

This is a small sandy beach which also has rock pools.
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Polkerris Beach, Fowey

Polkerris Beach is small and sandy.
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Polridmouth Beach, Fowey

Polridmouth has two sandy beaches which join together at low tide.
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Polstreath Beach, Mevagissey

This beach is sandy with some pebbles.
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Porthallow Beach, Porthallow

Porthallow beach is a pebble/rock beach right in the village of Porthallow which has all necessary amenities...
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Porthbeor Beach, near St Mawes

Porthbeor beach, owned by the National Trust, is sandy and sheltered, and is good for swimming.
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Porthcothan Bay Beach, Padstow

This is a popular family beach which has plenty of sand at low tide, as well as some sand dunes.
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Porthcurnick Beach, near Portscatho

Porthcurnick Beach is wide and sandy with some rock pools.
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Portheras Cove, near Pendeen

Portheras Cove has a pleasant white sand beach.
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Porthkidney Beach, Lelant

Porthkidney beach is large and sandy, and lies just in front of the dunes at Lelant.
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Porthleven Beach (East), Porthleven

Porthleven has a long sand and shingle beach which stretches for 3 miles incorporating Loe Bar and continuing...
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Porthluney Beach, Caerhays

This beach is sheltered and sandy, and has a shop and toilets closeby.
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Porthoustock Beach, Porthoustock

This pebble beach is popular with divers as there are lots of shipwrecks in the area.
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Portmellon Beach, Mevagissey

Portmellon is a small sandy cove, with access via a slipway.
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Prussia Cove

Prussia Cove has the most famous history of smuggling in Penwith.
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Sandymouth Beach, Bude

This is a large pebble beach which has sand at low tide.
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Seaton Beach, Seaton

This large beach is very popular with families as it has level access and facilities nearby.
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Summerleaze Beach, Bude

Summerleaze Beach is the nearest beach to Bude.
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Talland Bay Beach, Looe

Talland Bay is a shingle beach with some rock pools.
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Towan Beach, near St Mawes

This good-sized beach is made up of sand and pebbles, and has rock pools at low tide.
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Trebarwith Strand Beach, Boscastle

A wide sandy beach, popular with both families and surfers.
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Trevaunance Cove, St Agnes

Also known as St Agnes beach, Trevaunance Cove is sandy and popular with surfers.
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Treyarnon Bay Beach, Treyarnon

Treyarnon Bay beach is very popular with families as it is sandy and has lots of rock pools.
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Watergate Bay Beach, Newquay

Watergate Bay Beach is a mile long and is renowned for good surfing conditions.
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West Portholland Beach, near Portloe

Portholland beach is large and sandy, and joins East and West Portholland.
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Widemouth Bay Beach, near Bude

This beach is sandy and stretches for two miles, making it popular with families but also surfers.
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