If you fancy a longer stretch with your hound, or if you want to follow a more organised route, head over to the beautiful, unspoilt Roseland Peninsula. The Roseland offers breathtaking views across the South West Coast Path. And if you head inland the countryside is often unspoilt and you can find some gorgeous river views.

Please do look out for livestock and follow any instructions to keep dogs on leads for certain parts of your walk.

The Percuil Creek walk starts with breathtaking hilltop views of the Percuil River. Take a winding path alongside the river, the mudflats are good for wildlife spotting. Cross the boat yard car park and walk down a tree-lined avenue that leads you into rolling pasture and the inlet at Pelyn.

This is a calm spot and in spring months herons nest on the other side of the river. Enjoy the views across the river to St Mawes before the climb back to the fields. This part of the walk is a steep one, so you may want to pause… to look back and admire the views of the Percuil, of course!

Visit this National Trust page for more walking inspiration on The Roseland.