A paws for thought… we know how important it is for all the family to enjoy our beautiful selection of beaches within our Cornish shores so we have listed our top 5 beaches which we love to visit in West Cornwall with our dog Moll
Porthkidney – Lelant nr St Ives
A true gem hidden behind the dunes in-between Lelant and Carbis Bay. The easiest access point is found by parking by Lelant church and then walking along Lelant beach, around the corner of the cliffs to find a perfect unspoilt quiet secret beach.
Mexico Beach – Hayle
Mexico Towans is a beautiful remote area within a glorious four-mile beach, which begins from the mouth of the Hayle estuary and stretches to the lighthouse at Godrevy Point.
Perranporth Beach – Perranporth
A personal favourite a beach we recently visited and it has it all, miles of golden sand stretching from Droskyn point to Perransands this is a beautiful destination. There is easy access and parking and even a surfers bar on the beach where you can enjoy the sunset with your dog, friends and family over a well-deserved glass of wine.
Long Rock Beach – Marazion
A beach with a real talking point, enjoy walking the sands of this beach taking in the breathtaking view of the iconic St Michael’s Mount positioned in the middle of the sea. At low tide you can walk and visit the mount which is a must see in Cornwall.
One of West Cornwall’s best-secluded beaches and a neighbour to Sennen cove
And so our search continues… please look out for our North Cornwall secret five favourites, perfect for furry pawed friends coming soon…
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