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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.
Another of the Opal Coast's massive and dog-friendly sandy beaches.
Dog friendly beach in a lively village.
A lovely beach, backed by high cliffs (so sheep-free). There's a poo bin in the harbour car park.
Pretty litle market town with a square to sit and enjoy a coffee and watch the world wake up, and then a pleasant stroll along the promenade with the dog.
The doggy section of the beach is towards the 'nose' of the bay (Penrhyn Hill), and marked. Note that there is a complete dog ban on the West beach in Llandudno.
Small car park on the left hand side just after you cross the bridge on entering the village of Powfoot. There are two options.
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.
Massive sandy beach populated by sculptor Antony Gormley's 'Another Place' figures. Some dogs are very wary of the men staring out to sea, others treat them as convenient trees.
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.
Beautiful long sandy dog-friendly beach. Regularly lots of surfers and kites but generally only in the first couple of hundred metres. Keep walking out to Ther Rock and enjoy the amazing scenery.
Dog-friendly and sandy beach on the small 'island' of Inchydoney, close to Clonakilty. You can drive there, it's not a proper island.