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Beach walk sandy and stony. Beach has Blue Flag status. Photograph of Betra peninsula from summit of Croag Patrick
A popular walking and swimming spot with local dog people, facilities for visitors are limited.
Walk through pine trees and lots of sand down to the water. Dogs and horses go down there.
The walk starts at a cafe where dogs are more than welcome. There are plenty of water bowls and the tables have rings so that you can safely attach your dogs leads.
Nothing here, except a car park and the beach. Perfect. The photos here were taken on a baking hot Tuesday in summer and still the beach was completely deserted - wow!!
Sandy dog-friendly beach at the end of the Llyn peninsula. Some restrictions on dogs in the summer, leaving plenty of space away from the beach areas nearest to the car park.
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.
Long sandy dog-friendly beach with narrow bays.
Between 1st May and 30th September dogs aren't allowed on the blue flag beaches but are allowed on these sections of beach: ...
Irvine beach is far away from the road so is the ideal place to let your dog off of the lead. Horses are often there plus lots of doggy walkers.
You will find park, beach, and woodland for a great dog walk.
Beautiful golden beaches with unspoiled miles of doggy walks. Parking in pay and display or with Gwynedd permit.