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Huge sandy beach on Teifi Estuary near Cardigan. Open to dogs all year with just one small area where dogs are not welcome.
Added by tknorn: Huge beach near Cardigan.
Beautiful beach, river walk and also cycle path nearby.
Miles and miles of golden sand on the beach, and not a dog restriction in sight! The pics here were taken on a Saturday in July when the tide happened to be out. Unbelievable.
Dogs allowed on all the beach all year round. Access is on foot only, either from one of the nearby campsites or via the coastal path from New Quay.
Dogs allowed on this small and lovely sandy beach all year round.
Completely dog-friendly pebble beach, with particular appeal to surfers and dog owners. It's a great place for fossil hunting too.
Large sandy beach at low tide, ideal for blowing away the canine cobwebs during the winter months. In summer there's a partial dog ban covering part of the beach and the promenade as well.
Stone and shingle beach surrounded by cliffs and easy access to the coastal path.
Dogs are allowed on the beach before 0930 in summer season. Perfect for an early morning swim and then onto something more interesting!
An uncrowded sandy beach. What's not to like?
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.
Dogs allowed all year round. This is a fascinating beach, where you can see traces of a prehistoric forest at low tide. Access is only on foot.
Long, enormous sandy beach. Dogs are welcome all year, and many owners get there early for morning walkies in summer.
This is probably one of the easier sections of the Pembrokeshire coastal path, and a glorious dog walk at any time of the year.
The sense of quiet is extraordinary here, and no amount of canine snuffling and splashing in the stream seems to disturb. A glorious walking spot.
Sheltered shingle and pebble beach that is just gorgeous. Outstanding circular coast walk. Dogs are welcome on the beach
Trees, paths, lake and a vast expanse of doggy delight. Fabulous walking here!
A lovely introduction to the coast path with the chance to scramble down onto a 'private' beach. Plus a couple of friendly dog-friendly pubs and cafes at your half-way point.
When the tide's out this is a fun beach for dogs, with lots of scamper space and doggie swimming. The beach is divided into dog and no-dog zones, and the doggie zone is bigger.
A traditional Welsh inn with enthusiastic owners adding a lot of TLC and commitment. Nice friendly welcome here for dogs and people.
Dog-friendly pub with a generous car park and easy access to the coast path for a long walk with the dog.
Award-winning dining pub with a relaxed atmosphere and estuary views.
Remote but impressive sandy beach where dogs are allowed all year round.
Narrow bay forming a natural harbour.
Well-behaved dogs welcome. Beach very popular in summer.
Dog friendly beach in a lively village.
Dogs allowed on the beach all year. It's a long secluded sandy beach with steep cliffs.
Dogs allowed on this sandy beach all year round - probably because you need to walk there, which the dog will adore!
Just the place to revive the spirits of a left-out hound after a visit to the nearby Centre for Alternative (no dogs) Technology.
A quiet and tranquil space for dogs to romp and bound off-lead from the many paths which lead off the main Forestry Commission track.
If you're looking for sheepfree walks in Wales, then the Forestry Commission can usually be relied on to provide one. Perfect for dogs. Perfect for people too.
A circular dog walk with great sea views and a cafe with wonderful home-made cakes when you return. There are no sheep on this walk, one stile, and some road walking on quiet country lanes.
A choice of walks through woodland, fields and a river path, within a delightful country park.
Atmospheric ruins of the abbey are perfect for a picnic break, short dog walk, or a ponder on the many and vaied saints of Wales.
An inn with a large car park, easy to spot from the main road and well placed for a break on your journey. As travellers have been doing for centuries.
Popular and dog-friendly inn in the winter and summer. This area is full of ancient remains and artefacts from the earliest of times, and there's a burial chamber just around the corner.
Lovely old pub with tons of atmosphere, and ever so dog-friendly.
Good place to start a walk on the coast path as this is one of the sections with relatively gentle ups and downs, and the path isn't too close to the edge.
Aberaeron has become a bit of a foodie haven, with dogs banned from the smart gastro dineries.