Fowey is a pretty fishing village on Cornwall’s south coast. The bustling port is filled to the brim with quirky shops, waterside restaurants and pubs, magnificent views and a harbour where guests can watch the fishermen pull in their daily catch.
Take a ferry trip over the water to nearby Polruan. Stroll past huddled houses as you wander through the winding streets. Strike out on the coast path to Gribbin Head, the inspiration to Daphne Du Maurier’s novels. You’ll pass beaches, coves, woodlands and grassland rich in wildflowers.
Fowey is filled to the brim with fantastic eateries along its coastline. From fresh crab sandwiches on the harbour to find dining seafood restaurants and tapas houses. You’ll find something for everyone.
With its sandy beaches, scenic coastal paths and dog friendly pubs and restaurants, Fowey is a fantastic place for dogs and owners alike.
There is a sloping path from the Readymoney Beach car park to Readymoney Beach taking about 10 minutes to walk. The walk through the town itself is fairly flat and acessible.