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South Coast
In an secluded corner of South East Cornwall, Kingsand and its neighbouring beach at Cawsand are east-facing beaches of sand and shingle and great views of Plymouth Sound. Dog-friendly all year.

South Coast > Looe
With superb views of Looe Island offshore, Hannafore has a sandy shingle beach with fascinating rock pools to explore at low tide. Dog-friendly all year.

North Coast > Padstow
Chapel Bar lies at the mouth of the River Camel in north Cornwall, a 10 minute walk from Padstow. At low tide, a vast, wide expanse of sand is revealed which stretches around 1½ miles.

West Cornwall > The Lizard
Coverack is a picturesque Cornish fishing village with a small sand and pebble beach on the eastern coast of the Lizard peninsula. Dogs must be kept on leads.

West Cornwall > St. Ives
Soak up the harbour side atmosphere on this pretty beach in the favourite seaside town of St Ives. A seasonal dog ban operates on this beach.

West Cornwall > Lands End
 An oasis of stunning natural beauty in West Cornwall. Close to The Minack Theatre and The Porthcurno telegraph museum. A seasonal dog ban operates on this beach. 

West Cornwall > Hayle
At the far north-east end of St Ives Bay sits Godrevy Beach, owned by the National Trust. A mixture of sand and rockpools overlooked by the lighthouse.

North Coast > Bude
A wild and romantic cove with a small west-facing beach, Duckpool is often less crowded when other beaches are buzzing at the height of the season. The beach is beautiful, but not suitable for swimming.