Hello to all our lovely readers, welcome back to our blog. We hope you are all well, did you catch last week’s blog? It was all about the open attractions in South and East Devon, a very interesting read for those looking to come on holiday in the area. If you did not manage to read it click here and we will take you to it. This week however we are back with dog friendly blog posts, chatting to you about the dog-friendly beaches in South Devon, summer edition.
Soar Mill Cove, near Salcombe
For those looking for a little adventure and to give the dog a good run then explore Soar Mill Cove. A small sandy cove that can only be accessed by foot from the South West Coastal Path. Dogs are allowed on the beach all year round.
South Milton Sands, Thurlestone
Another beautiful beach is South Milton Sands which has stunning scenery and is an area of natural beauty. Dogs are allowed all year round and with a lovely stretch of sand, they can run to their heart’s content. One of Thurlestones key attractions is the Thurlestone Rock, an arch-shaped rock that sticks out from the sea and can be seen from the beach.
Beesands, near Kingsbridge
A beach that is perfect for a beach holiday is Beesands, near Kingsbridge, a large, mile-long shingle beach which is backed by country fields. Beachgoers enjoy regular pastimes such as surfing, body boarding and fishing. The beach is dog friendly all year round making it an excellent choice for a family holiday.
North Sands, Salcombe
If you happen to find yourself in Salcombe and want to get your toes in the sand, then head down to North Sands which is a 15-minute walk from the town. It is a great family beach with a good sandy stretch and is a good swimming beach thanks to the bay and rock pools nearby. This beach is again dog friendly all year round.
Ness Cove Beach, Shaldon
One for the explorers, Ness Cove Beach is a dog-friendly shingle beach. It is only accessible via an original Smuggler tunnel, making it quite the adventure to discover the beach. It is dog friendly all year round and it is a very secluded, picturesque beach with the cliffs providing shelter.
We hope you have enjoyed reading this blog and discovered some dog friendly beaches in South Devon that you can explore while on holiday. If you are inspired to get away to South Devon, click here to see our dog-friendly accommodation in Devon.