More than 500 miles of footpaths invite you and your dog to spend days exploring all the beautiful scenery the Isle of Wight has to offer. Take a break now and then at one of the many dog-friendly pubs, beer gardens, and cafes, and refresh yourself with a tasty ale or a hot cup of coffee. Many of these establishments even have their very own doggy treat boxes, to charm your four-legged companion.
Starting at the harbour and running down the coast, this beach is a mix of pebbles and sand. Dogs are allowed off leash all year round and facilities include a car park, a cafe, and a pub.
Go fossil hunting with your dog on this sandy beach that's more than two miles long. You will need to bring drinks and snacks, as services are sparse, but in exchange you and your dog will enjoy unique peace and calm on this little frequented beach. And perhaps you'll even discover a new dinosaur species!
Follow the former railway tracks and enjoy a mostly level walk. Even better, at each end of this four-mile walk there is also a dog friendly pub.
This was the last place prison of King Charles I and the views from its hilltop location are simply breathtaking. Explore the ruins of the castle with your dog on its leash.