A hidden gem on Cornwall’s coast, Tregardock is only accessible during low tide so ensure you keep an eye on the sea when you are there as you don’t want to be cut off! There are a few places closer to Tregardock that you can park at but I prefer to park at the Poldark in near Delabole. From here you walk down a footpath through fields as the coast gets steadily closer. When you are closer to Tregardock you will get to see the giant cliffs of North Cornwall with Port Issac on one side and Tintagel on the other.
The view whilst on a dog walk to Tregardock
I don’t do dog walking here often because of the climb down to the beach. You don’t start descending towards the beach until you are right next to it, the path winds down towards the cliff top, if you have a dog with you I like to put them on the lead here. Once at the edge of the cliff you can go down some wooden steps built into the cliff and then you have to follow the arrows down the rocks so be careful not to slip! The climb is well worth it as once on the beach you have a mile of sand with rock pools, caves and arches ready to be explored!