During your dog friendly holidays, it would be fun to have some exercise but learn something new at the same time.  You would be pleased to know that there are several interesting walks that you can try out in Brixham that will not only let you do a leisurely stroll but will also take you through some exciting experiences. 

But you have to make sure that you are booked only at the incredibly luxurious and comfortable holiday cottages during your dog friendly holidays so that you will have one great place to return to at the end of these activities.  Staying at the holiday cottages will provide you with a secure place to stay in so all you have to do is to concentrate on making the necessary planning for your holidays. Here are some walks that you can try together with your family.

Black Beards Trail and The Buccaneers Way

The Black Bears Trail and The Buccaneers Way were organized a few years ago by the Brixham Buccaneers which is a local charitable organization.

You can get a leaflet that will guide you on your walk as well as provide you with more information about Brixham and its rich history and culture. The leaflet will also provide you with information about getting family treasure discount offers for those participants who are able to complete the trail.

Both trails start and end at the imposing Prince William of Orange statue that is located on Brixham harbour side. The Black Beard’s Trail is a moderate relaxing circular walk that is a total of about 2.5 miles. The walk will show you a magnificent sweeping view of the town, the harbour and the sea.

The Buccaneers Way is also a relaxing moderate walk that is a total of two miles which also offers some wonderful views that will truly relax and entertain you. You can check out their website so you can get more information and properly plan your schedule during your dog friendly holidays.

Ghost Walks

Although Brixham is known as a beautiful simple fishing village, there is more to this place. It is a place that is rich with spooky tales, ghost stories and other paranormal activities. It is even known to be oneo f the most haunted places in Britain. You will be joined by Deadly David, Madame Noir, Matilda Balm and Treacherous Tracy in your passage to the darker side of Brixham.

The Ghost Walk starts at the statue of William of Orange near the Brixham harbour. It begins at 7:30 p.m. and late comers can look forward to some consequences during the walk. The walk is a total of 90 minutes. They are available from May to September on Tuesdays and Thursdays but Wednesdays are also added during school holidays. Walk participants of all ages are welcome since it is mostly on level ground.  If there are participants on a pushchairs and wheelchairs, the route can be adjusted accordingly. This is an incredibly interesting activity to do during your dog friendly holidays.

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