If you bring your dog/s on holiday, then you will already be lovers of the great outdoors. There are also numerous dog-friendly days out, from cider farms to museums.
Cornwall is a holiday for your canine companions, too, with flip-flop friendly walks on secluded sandy beaches, where your dog can go off-lead for an energetic run and a cool down in the sea.
Try scenic cliff top walks along stretches of the southwest coast path, where you keep your dog on the lead for safety’s and livestock’s sake but you will see the most amazing views, often taking in areas of outstanding natural beauty.
Try circular trails and countryside walks around bays and coves, often with charming villages and a dog-friendly café or tea toom or two.
Then, there are woods and parkland, moors, hills and lakes to explore, from a gentle summer stroll to a wild wandering winter ramble, whichever is your choice.
Walkies never seemed so good.
Black Rock is a west-facing beach at the rockier, southern end of Widemouth Bay, Bude, with its own car park and café. It is generally quieter than the main beach at the bay. The fabulous news? It is...
Situated between the popular seaside town of Bude and the lesser-known Morwenstow, owned by the National Trust Sandymouth is a special beach which is backed by dramatic twisted cliffs. A magical place...