A visit to the Isles of Scilly is a special experience for every member of the family — and your dog is no exception. With mile after mile of picturesque coastline, Scilly is the perfect place for the walk of a lifetime.
IMPORTANT BOOK EARLY
Space for animals is limited – so please book early, to avoid disappointment.
AN ISLAND ADVENTURE FOR YOU AND YOUR DOG
Dogs are a big part of island life, so we want you to be able to enjoy as much of Scilly as possible with your dog by your side. There are lots of dog-friendly accommodation options, and plenty of places for you to explore together.
Most of St. Mary’s beaches are open to dogs year-round – including Town beach, an ideal place to watch the comings and goings of the quay.
Porthmellon, Porthcressa, and Old Town beach are closed to dogs from 1st May to 30th September, but with so many others to choose from, you’ll never be short of options.
On the off islands, you’re free to roam the beaches with your dog any time of the year — just remember to always keep them on a lead if you’re on Tresco.
YOUR PETS CAN TRAVEL IN STYLE
Dogs are very welcome to travel aboard our Scillonian III passenger ferry, you can add pets when making your booking online, however please note that booking early is advised as space is limited.
- Sail from Penzance harbour with up to two dogs per adult
- Keep your dogs with you on a lead, or in an animal carrier; whichever suits you best
HOW MUCH DOES IT COST?
£10 each way, per dog
TIPS FOR TRAVELLING
You know your dog best, so it’s up to you to make sure they’re safe and happy while you travel. But here are a few things to keep in mind so you, your dog, and your fellow passengers have the best possible journey.
Aboard Scillonian III, there are designated areas that are especially for pets which are signposted around the ship. Please note that your dog must be kept on a lead at all times.