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Enormous sandy beach, with no dog restrictions. Brilliant!
There's a campsite and holiday village nearby if you want to be really close to the beach.
The car park is a short walk from the beach.
National Trust owned beach with no restrictions on dogs all year round. The beach car park is on the coast road between Abbotsbury and Burton Bradstock (the B3157).
Little sandy beach, tucked away amongst the fishing boats. The Cleveland Way goes through here, and a very nice coast path it is too. No dog restrictions.
A bit unusual this one. A dog-friendly beach at the end of an airport runway? Yes indeed, but it's not as busy as Heathrow. You may well get the beach to yourself.
Pebbly beach at the top, sandy nearer the water. Lovely calm bay and dog friendly. Plenty of water activities available
Massive beautiful, mainly sandy dog-friendly beach in a remote Scottish location. It was the favourite beach of Jess (our flat coat retriever/collie x) on her recent holiday in NW Scotland.
Fantastic beach with no restrictions. Long beach with sand dunes. Free car park a few minutes walk. Very popular with dog walkers so plenty of new friends to be made!
Shingle beach backed by woody hills. On street parking, shops and facilities in the village before the beach.
Rockham Bay is fabulously remote and just off the Tarka Trail footpath between Lee and Grunta Bay - so it's an ideal place to combine a long walk with a sarnie stop and swimming.
Thistly Cross Roundabout
Fabulous combination of a big sandy beach, and access to a long distance footpath too. Very popular with local dog-walkers, and pure doggie delight for the pooch.
Beautiful wide beach with lots of rock pools at low tide - no dog restrictions. Refreshments available in the summer and at weekends out of season. Lifeguards.
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.