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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.
The beach is shingly and can have a strong aroma from the seaweed. Dogs are allowed on the beach from late September to late April.
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. It feels remote and secluded, and you may be lucky and spot a porpoise.
Dogs allowed on the beach all year. It's a long secluded sandy beach with steep cliffs. At low tide there's loads of space for dogs to go completely bonkers.
Dogs are allowed on one side of the beach all through the year. And the coast path adds interest too.
Llangranog is a popular and often over-crowded small pebble and sand beach, with 2 pubs and a couple of cafes almost on the beach.
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.
This is probably one of the easier sections of the Pembrokeshire coastal path, and a glorious dog walk at any time of the year.
Sheltered shingle and pebble beach that is just gorgeous. Outstanding circular coast walk. Dogs are welcome on the beach