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A long sandy beach. A notice by the car park requests that dogs are kept on a lead because of sheep grazing on the land nearby.
Short dog walk, with lots to occupy people as well as dogs. The park is a linear park that runs along the valleys of the Goyt and Sett rivers, and has the impressive Torrs Gorge in it.
This is a really old place indeed, and was originally a resting place for monks from the nearby Jervaulx Abbey.
Really nice beach for dogs, and coastal path for proper walkies.
Southern section of beach is miles long. Popular with weekend dog walkers.
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.
The Park is just above the town, and on a sunny day you can get an idea of why the Victorians flocked to the town to take the waters - and build an extraordinary number of houses.
Junction 19 Glanconwy Corner
Colwyn Bay has two areas where dogs are allowed - these are clearly marked on the beach. Dogs have to be on leads whilst approaching the beach on the promenade.
Warm and welcoming dog-friendly pub with good food. Fantastic place to use as a walking destination (or even a base).
Hill walk through forests and valleys. Off lead dog walk for most of the way. Some sheep and lead sections
Dog walking places in Ireland
Very remote, and on part of the Wicklow Way route.