Lyme Regis is blessed with beautiful dog-friendly beaches. You can take your playful pooch to Monmouth Beach, Church Cliff Beach, and East Cliff Beach at any time of year. Town Beach has a seasonal dog ban in place that runs from October to April.
We’re a 10-mile walk from Beer, a picturesque village that proudly showcases one of Devon’s most beautiful views. Navigate the dramatic Jurassic Coast westward and make your way to Jubilee Gardens where you’ll be greeted by a vista that stretches across the ocean and the gentle bobbing shapes of Beer’s working fishing boats.
Another outstanding vantage point is found to the east at Golden Cap. This golden-topped hill marks the highest point on the south coast and, on a clear day, boasts far-reaching views over the bay to Dartmoor. These coloured cliffs are forged from two ages of rock that date back to the Jurassic and Cretaceous periods. You can either walk along the coastal path from Lyme Regis or park your car at the National Trust’s Landgdon Hill and enjoy a circular walk around the estate. The latter route passes through woodlands and the medieval hamlet of Stanton St Gabriel.