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Tamar Donkey Sanctuary

The Tamar Valley Donkey Park is an all-weather attraction, and Cornwall’s only donkey sanctuary, situated in the beautiful Cornish countryside overlooking the Tamar Valley.

It is the home to 29 donkeys, over 20 goats, sheep, pigs, rabbits, ponies and more. Visitors are able to stroke, groom and pet our friendly animals and also take a donkey for a walk around the Park. The Donkey Drop-In play barn provides indoor play for wet-weather days.

Downderry

Shingle and sand beach with some rock pools. The coastal footpath runs along the beach and you can walk along the beach to Seaton along the sea wall. Dogs welcome all year round, several cafes and pubs are available only a short stroll from the beach.

Marine Conservation Society Good Beach Guide Recommended 2014 excellent water quality

East Looe Beach

Wide sandy beach suitable for young families and safe for paddling and swimming.  Right in East Looe and convenient for the shops and cafes. 

Seaton

Sand and pebble beach with easy level access to the sea and plenty of parking.  Cafes  with sea views on/near beach.  Dog friendly.

Tregantle

On Whitsand Bay- a huge sandy beach at low tide, accessed by steep path across MOD property.  Path occasionally closed when rifle range is in use.  Some small remnants of WWII fortifications visible.  Rockpools, sand, birds.  Dog friendly all year.

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