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Aberaeron, Ceredigion

Aberaeron, Ceredigion

Toilets AvailableFood AvailableDisabled Access UnavailableFree ParkingKids Activities AvailableCampervan Access Available

Aberaeron is mostly interesting for its harbour and brightly painted houses.

The beach is shingly and can have a strong aroma from the seaweed.

Dogs are allowed on the beach from late September to late April.

Photo 1: OLU / CC BY-SA 2.0   

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Aberarth, Ceredigion

Aberarth, Ceredigion

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Pebbly beach with limited parking on the narrow road. Some dog restrictions in summer.

Photo: David Purchase / CC BY-SA 2.0   

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Aberdovey, Wales

Aberdovey, Wales

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Nice long flat beach,  good water quality, but busy in summer.
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Aberporth, Ceredigion

Aberporth, Ceredigion

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Dogs allowed on the beach before 0930 in summer. No restrictions out of season.

Photo 1: Stephen McKay / CC BY-SA 2.0   

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Barmouth, Wales

Barmouth, Wales

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If you're looking for a traditional day out at the seaside, Barmouth has to be a contender.

Fresh doughnuts, amusement arcades, saucy postcards and donkey rides survive here, along with a massively long sandy beach that never gets over-crowded.

Dogs are allowed on the East side of the beach - past the donkeys - and have plenty of room for ball games, digging and splashing.  You could probably take a pack of hounds to the beach and not disturb anyone else!

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Borth beach, Ceredigion

Borth beach, Ceredigion

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Dogs allowed on the North side of the beach all year round. Restrictions in place May-Sept on the South end of the beach.

Many thanks to Sue C for the pic of 'Sunny Borth'. The others were taken in August 2010 on an unbelievably wet day!

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Dogs allowed on all the beach all year round.  This is Jem's top swimming spot!
The photos were taken in August 2010 on a stormy day, when the sun shines this is the perfect beach.
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Fairbourne, Gwynedd

Fairbourne, Gwynedd

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Long sandy beach, and dog friendly (with some restrictions in high season). Shops and cafes in the town. Also inland walks over the hills (with sheep).

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Llangranog, Wales

Llangranog, Wales

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Very popular small pebble and sand beach, with 2 pubs and a couple of cafes almost on the beach.

Dogs are allowed on the right hand side of the beach all year round.

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North Aberdovey, Gwynedd

North Aberdovey, Gwynedd

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About a mile from Aberdovey, this stretch of sand is dog friendly. Makes a good walk from the town, a swim, and a walk back! Try and avoid the golf course.

Photo: OLU / CC BY-SA 2.0   

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MOTORWAY WALKS - The Book

With nearly 200 walks from the Driving with Dogs website, this handy little book is an ideal guide to the best dog-friendly pubs and dog walks within 5 miles of UK motorway exits.

Like the website walks, you'll also find information about campervan access, disabled facilities, kids' activities, safe parking places, sat-nav codes and written route directions too.

Walking the Dog: Motorway Walks for dogs and drivers is available from the RAC shop (link URL http://www.racshop.co.uk/rac-books.html) and all the usual online bookstores such as amazon.

If your local bookstore doesn't have a copy in stock, you can order by quoting the ISBN number: 978-1-845841-02-7

Amazon link: Walking the Dog - Motorway walks for drivers and dogs

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