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Mexico Towans is part of a long sandy stretch between the Hayle estuary and Gwithian. Dogs are allowed all year round.
No dog restrictions on Laxey Beach.
The water wheel is a local curiosity and worth a visit.
A secluded Woodland Trust area, where new trees are growing alongside established copses to swell the National Forest project.
Dog-friendly beach with no restrictions, and you can also walk there along the cliffs from Lynton through Seachamber Woods, or explore the Valley of the Rocks when the tide is in and the pebble beach...
Shingle beach, ideal for dogs who get sore paws from the sand. No dog restrictions, and a lovely walk through woodland to reach the beach.
Dogs OK on the beach all year round. Also on next door Booby's Beach at low tide.
Thurlestone Beach is owned by the National Trust (along with South Milton beach) and it's a recognised Area of Outstanding Beauty. Dogs are allowed on the beach all year round.
Sandy beach on the heritage coastline where dogs are allowed all year round. And a coastal footpath runs through the fields above the beach as well.
Lovely city park that's a real breather for dogs (and drivers) if you find yourselves staying in Dijon. Look out for the remains of a Roman highway - the Via Agrippa - in the park.
A beach that's famous for its big round pebbles, and World Heritage status.
This is part of the Wyre Forest, but with much more exciting trees than the serried pines of the main forest and lovely views over to Trimpley Reservoir.
Shingly beach where dogs are allowed in restricted areas in season - see local signs to find out what the rules are this year.