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Padstow Beaches Cornwall

List of Beaches Padstow Cornwall

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Near Constantine, Cornwall

Booby's Bay is a large, sandy beach in North Cornwall. Access and surfing are not possible for about 2 hours either side of high water, as the beach is submerged. At low tide the beach connects with Constantine Bay. There is no parking at Boobys Bay. The nearest car parks are at Treyarnon Bay or Constantine Bay and you can then walk along the coast path to Boobys Bay. Access is not easy, with a short climb down rocks, and a 500m walk from the nearest car park. The nearest facilities are at Constantine, half a mile to the south. Dog friendly. RNLI Lifeguarded from May to September. Surfing is not recommended here for beginners.

North Cornwall

Dogs Friendly Beach all year: yes

Seasonal Lifeguards: yes

Padstow Cornwall

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Constantine Bay Beach in North Cornwall is a beautiful spot with long curve of golden sands, rock pools and is very popular with surfers. Constantine Bay lies about 3 miles out of Padstow in the direction of Newquay and is lifeguarded in the summer months. There are toilets (unsure of seasonal and daily opening times) and a shop in Constantine Bay village itself. Constantine Bay is a dog friendly beach in Cornwall all year and there are no seasonal dog restrictions. If you fancy a walk you can access the Coast Path. There is some parking at Constantine although not very much, an alternative is to park at Treyarnon Bay and walk along the Coast Path to Constantine Beach about a 10 to 15 minute walk (although the car park here can get full on busy days).

North Cornwall

Dogs Friendly Beach all year: yes

Seasonal Lifeguards: yes

Padstow Cornwall

Daymer Bay Beach is a long stretch of sand at the head of the Camel Estuary at Rock and opposite Padstow. The beach slopes gently to the sea and is a dog friendly beach all year. The Estuary is tidal and so you need to visit here at a reasonably low tide. Sand dunes back the beach and it is usually a little quieter here than nearby Rock and Polzeath. There is a beach shop. If you climb the hill behind the beach the views are fantastic and you come to St Enodoc Church where the poet John Betjeman is buried. The Doom Bar is a large sand bank to the side of Daymer Bay and is a notorious hazard to shipping. The story goes that Padstow was guarded by a mermaid until she was mortally wounded by a young man and after which cursed the place with the sand bar.

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North Cornwall

Dogs Friendly Beach all year: yes

Seasonal Lifeguards: no

Padstow Cornwall

Harbour Cove Padstow (also known as Tregirls) at low tide is a beautiful golden sandy beach of a mile + at the mouth of the Camel estuary. A dog friendly beach in Cornwall all year. You can walk from Padstow on the coast path, about a mile, or park at Lelizzick Farm near the beach. You can enjoy a cream tea at The Rest A While Tea Garden. Opposite is Daymer Bay - where the notorious Doom Bar forms when the tide is in and which has been a hazard to shipping for centuries and now has a local ale named after it. The small neighbouring beach of Hawker's Cove, which is where the old lifeboat station was and which only exists at low tide is connected at low tide and is also dog friendly. Read more about Padstow Cornwall

North Cornwall

Dogs Friendly Beach all year: yes

Seasonal Lifeguards: no

Padstow Cornwall

Harlyn Bay Beach is a golden sandy beach with pebbles near to Padstow in North Cornwall. There are rock pools and sand dunes to explore and for those who enjoy walking walks to Mother Ivey's Bay and Trevose head where the views are spectacular - ideal Cornwall walks with dogs and the beach here is dog friendly all year. Harlyn is a favourite family beach and also popular with learner surfers practising or attending one of the many surf schools (when the waves are big all levels of surfers come) and kayakers. The beach is accessed from Harlyn village. Lifeguarded in the summer season. Read more about Padstow Cornwall

North Cornwall

Dogs Friendly Beach all year: yes

Seasonal Lifeguards: no

Nr Newquay and Padstow Cornwall

Mawgan Porth is a beautiful West facing large golden sand beach backed by grassy dunes and cliffs and with rock pools to explore. The perfect setting for a day on the beach in Cornwall. Mawgan Porth is situated between Newquay and Padstow . Popular with surfers, beach goers and dogs. The facilities in the village of Mawgan Porth are good with plenty of places for food and drinks and the beach is lifeguarded in the summer season. Mawgan Porth is a dog friendly beach in Cornwall all year.

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North Cornwall

Dogs Friendly Beach all year: yes

Seasonal Lifeguards: yes

Port Isaac, Cornwall

There is a small dog friendly beach at Port Isaac harbour. Mainly shingle with some limited sandy areas. Port Isaac beach has been made famous by the popular television series Doc Martin where it is known as Port Wenn beach. It is nice for days out with dogs in Cornwall but for swimming and bathing the sandy beach at nearby Port Gaverne is better. If you plan to spend an evening around the harbour at Port Isaac you will see some spectacular sunsets! Read more about Port Isaac Cornwall

North Cornwall

Dogs Friendly Beach all year: yes

Seasonal Lifeguards: no

Nr Padstow and Newquay Cornwall

Porthcothan Bay is situated between Padstow and Newquay Cornwall and is a sandy beach which is north west-facing. The nearest village is St Merryn which is a ten minute drive away. The beach is backed by grass dunes on which people enjoy setting up camp for the day and sunbathing. Surfers enjoy Porthcothan. Porthcothan Bay is lifeguarded in the summer months from late May until Sept. There is paid for parking, a small shop and toilets (unsure of seasonal and daily opening times). Porthcothan is a dog friendly beach in Cornwall all year, there is no seasonal dog ban.

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North Cornwall

Dogs Friendly Beach all year: yes

Seasonal Lifeguards: yes

Tintagel Cornwall

Close to Tintagel Cornwall Trebarwith is set in a deep valley with west facing beach and views of Gull Rocks. Please note you have to cross rocks to get to the beach and the beach is completely covered at high tide. Overlooking the beach is the Port William Inn a completely dog friendly pub and definitely worth a visit. The beach has parking, toilets and is a dog friendly beach all year. Lifeguarded over the summer season.

North Cornwall

Dogs Friendly Beach all year: yes

Seasonal Lifeguards: yes

Trevone Padstow Cornwall

Set in an area of outstanding beauty Trevone Bay is approximately 2 miles from Padstow Cornwall. There is good marine life. The area has been recommended by the Marine Conservation Authority Good Beach Guide. The Bay has two beaches. Trevone Bay beach has wide stretches of sand and is popular with families and surfers. At low tide the beach opens out into a wide, rocky bay, while at high tide it is limited to a narrow cove. It receives some shelter from swell and wind, producing good surf when nearby beaches are closed. Access is good. The other, known as Rocky Beach or Newtrain Bay has fascinating clear rockpools teeming with wildlife to explore. Both are set amongst high cliffs and have stunning views. There are two large car parks, cafe, toilets and shop. From the cliffs above the beach there are great coastal walks with views to Hawkes Head, the Camel Estuary and beyond. Lifeguard service in the summer. Dogs are welcome on this beach except between Easter Sunday and 30 September when a seasonal dog ban is in place.

North Cornwall

Dogs Friendly Beach all year: yes

Seasonal Lifeguards: yes

Nr Newquay and Padstow Cornwall

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Treyarnon Bay lies between Padstow and Newquay and is a sandy cove which is popular with families and surfers. The beach is edged by cliffs and sand dunes and has rock pools to investigate. There is access to the Coast Path for those who fancy a walk or to simply take in the stunning views. The beach can get busy in the summer months and the car park can get full. There is a beach shop and toilets (unsure of seasonal and daily opening times). Sand Chair hire for the disabled is available at this beach phone the Youth Hotel Association on (01841) 520322 for more information about this. Treyaron Bay is a dog friendly beach in Cornwall all year, there are no seasonal dog restrictions. Lifeguard cover in the summer season.

North Cornwall

Dogs Friendly Beach all year: yes

Seasonal Lifeguards: