With its picture-perfect panorama of the sparkling blue sea, it's no wonder millions of people visit the dog friendly Cornwall every year.
People flock to Cornwall every year for its sandy beaches and pretty coastal towns.
Look beyond the coast and you’ll be rewarded with one of the most dog friendly places in the UK. Fantastic food finds, cosy cottages and one-of-a-kind attractions. There's plenty of things to do in Cornwall with dogs all year round in this tail-wagging destination.
You and your pooch will find plenty of places to explore in Cornwall. Wander the South West Coast Path to discover hidden coves, sandy beaches and quaint harbours. Despite there being restrictions for a few of Cornwall’s beaches, the good news is that the majority are dog friendly all year round!
When it comes to dog walks, we are very much spoilt for choice over at the South West Coast Path. Cornwall’s section of the path stretches over 300 miles in length, providing a vast amount of breath-taking routes to follow.
There are walkies and so much more!
Whether it’s exploring the historic Tintagel Castle, the botanical gardens of the Eden Project, indulging in gastro-excellence at The Gurnard’s Head pub or running into the waves at Porthkidney, you’re guaranteed to treat your dog to some well-needed pampering.
When you visit Cornwall, you’ll discover a county packed with charm and intrigue. Don't forget that Cornish pasty and that picture-perfect postcard.
Start your tail-wagging adventure in dog friendly Cornwall.