This is, as it's reputed to be, a small and intensely picturesque harbour. However even in early March the quaintness of the village attracted more traffic than it can reasonably take and in the main season it must surely be dreadful.
As a dog owner I don't want to know about a place that bans them at all times [which does not prevent me from welcoming a tough line against owners who allow fouling or from supporting a ban during school holidays.]
Unique Suggestions: Move away quickly!
Fun Alternatives: Go and enjoy the cliff views from the coastal footpath It's certainly a good sight to look down on.
This might be just what you are looking for - or you may agree with me that it spoils beautiful scenery. The website is honest enough so you can make up your own mind.
Unique Suggestions: Spend as high a proportion of the time as possible admiring the cliff scenery.
Fun Alternatives: Cape Cornwall, much nearer to St Just does not have the problem of being the most south-westerly or the most southerly or, indeed, the most anything point in England. It's just terrific.