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Short walk from Westport Quays, but gives a fabulous view of Croagh Patrick and can be combined with walk around Wesport House grounds and woods.
Llanbedrog beach is owned by the National Trust. This sandy beach is very popular during the summer months. There are also numerous pathways in the area.
Dogs are welcome at Mill Bay Beach all year round. It's a bit hard to find - opposite Salcombe on the east side of the Kingsbridge Estuary.
Secluded little dog friendly bay that's a gorgeous half way point on walks from various points nearby.
Stick to the east side of the bay for swimming and avoid the strong currents on the west side.
Dogs OK on this lovely sandy beach all year round - can get crowded in high season.
A lovely spot on the coast with an outstanding beachside cafe (dogs outside only, and water bowls are provided).
Excellent although pebble beach, goes on for miles, dogs are more than welcome all year, my 2 loved it for their first seaside experience.
Beer is a small pebble beach that is a definite part of the village that surrounds it.
Long curvy beach, Dogs allowed all the way from Seaton Sluice to Blyth. A small area of the Blyth end is reserved as no dogs. Lovely dunes and views, facilities en-route and free parking.
Dog-friendly and sandy beach on the small 'island' of Inchydoney, close to Clonakilty. You can drive there, it's not a proper island.
Wonderful little pub with a warm and friendly welcome, and good food.
Dog-friendly beach with a view across to Wales. Loads going on here, with the extraordinary natural lagoon used for water sports etc when the tide's out.