Here’s a view of a private islet just off the coast of Newquay. During much of the day, it’s surrounded by sand and not the sea. Apparently, the difference between low and high tide here is on average an astonishing 6.3 meters (≈ 20ft)!
Yesterday, we visited an ancient fishing village north of Newquay called Padstow which was super busy with mostly domestic tourists accompanied by a wide variety of dogs. Cornwall seems to be one of the most dog-friendly destinations I’ve ever been to.