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Plenty to occupy dogs and walkers here, with an archaeology trail that heads for 2000 year old Pictish hut circles. Wow! Lovely loch too. You'll need proper walking boots for this one.
Dog friendly beach.
Sandy beach on the heritage coastline where dogs are allowed all year round. And a coastal footpath runs through the fields above the beach as well.
Thurlestone Beach is owned by the National Trust (along with South Milton beach) and it's a recognised Area of Outstanding Beauty. Dogs are allowed on the beach all year round.
Interesting on-lead walk around Albert Dock, and then the chance to carry on alongside the Mersey
Fenella is a small sandy and dog-friendly beach under the walls of Peel Castle. It's called 'Fenella' after one of the characters in a dramatic novel by Sir Walter Scott.
A warm local pub with great character, a large garden and a friendly atmosphere. And how about that doggie smile!
Mexico Towans is part of a long sandy stretch between the Hayle estuary and Gwithian. Dogs are allowed all year round.
Gentle walking in a Victorian country park - sheep and stile free!
A waymarked route through parts of the historic Malone House estate in the Lagan Valley Regional Park, through meadows and woodland on surfaced and unsurfaced paths with some steep hills.
Dogs OK on the beach all year round. Also on next door Booby's Beach at low tide.
Grassington has long been the honeypot for tourism in this part of the Yorkshire Dales, and dog-friendly pubs, shops and tea-rooms abound. Best visited out of season!