Dog Restrictions on Beaches in St Ives
Throughout St Ives the town operates a restriction on dogs across many of its beaches. What this means is that the mornings (before 10am) and the evenings (after 6pm) are the time to enjoy the sands of St Ives throughout the summer. There are also many hidden gems which are dog friendly at all times throughout the year.
Dog Restrictions in St Ives
Dog bans will be in force on many beaches between 10am and 6pm between July 1 and August 31. So, whilst daytime fun is out of the question, early morning strolls and evening frolics are possible. Beaches in St Ives in this bracket include Porthminster, Porthgwidden and the harbour. Only on Cornwall's Blue Flag beaches will the restrictions span a little longer, whereby the ban will be in place from 15 May to 30 September between 10am and 6pm. Within the local area, these restrictions apply to both Porthmeor Beach and Carbis Bay beach.
Bamaluz beach, Pier beach and Lambeth walk are all dog friendly throughout the year and further afield you have the Mexico Towans and Porthkidney Sands which are dog friendly all year-round and are both just a short drive from St Ives.
If you're looking for a luxury dog friendly break in St Ives, Cornwall why not take a look at our dog friendly apartments where you and your pooch can discover the wonders of St Ives all year round?
Dog friendly and perfect for families, Harbour has space to relax and enjoy the best St Ives has to offer with your four legged friend. With two bedrooms, one with en-suite and a generously sized family bathroom Harbour has everything needed for an escape to the Cornish coast.
With views over the surrounding area of St Ives Curno is the ideal space to enjoy a relaxing St Ives evening. With double aspect juliet balconies to enjoy the views of the surrounding areas there's no better place to immerse yourself in the town. Nearby you can enjoy Bamaluz beach throughout the year or venture out and discover more of the dog friendly destinations of St Ives.