Best dog walks in Eastbourne
Best dog walks in Eastbourne

Best dog walks in Eastbourne

28 March 2023

If you’re out and about with a pup (owned or borrowed) there are some great places to walk a dog in Eastbourne.

Princes Park

If you’re a dog walker in Eastbourne looking for a scenic walk, then why not head to Princes Park. With lots of beautiful flowers and a boating lake, there is plenty of scenery to enjoy. Princes Park is a great place to escape the hustle and bustle of the main town with lots of opportunities for a few games of fetch with your four legged friend.

Main Parade Beach

If you’re looking for somewhere flat to walk your dog in Eastbourne with gorgeous sea views, then Main Parade Beach is a fab choice. Your pup is free to swim and play on the beach, which makes for a pawfect place for those endless games of fetch. There are also plenty of little cafes along the seafront to grab a hot drink or ice-cream during your walk so you won’t go thirsty.

Pevensey Bay Beach

Another nice place to visit with your furry friend is Pevensey Bay Beach. Although this is a pebble beach, your pup will be treated to a big sandy expanse to run up and down when the tide goes out. Pups are welcome to swim in the sea and there are plenty of pawsome places nearby to stop off for a drink or a bite to eat.

The Wish Tower

Steeped in history, The Wish Tower is an old Martello Tower built to protect the UK from possible invasion by Napoleon. With lots of possible trails to take as well as a beautiful garden, this is a great place for a walk with your furry friend. There is also a cafe nearby if you want to grab a drink after your walk.

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