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Kilve beach is a lovely rocky beach on the Jurassic coast. It lies about halfway between Minehead and Bridgwater in the heart of the Quantocks.
Really nice forest dog walk, all paved so great all year round.
Not worth making a detour for, but if you're overnighting in Agen then the towpath is where Fifi goes to be seen of an evening.
Nice dog walking place, with an on-lead restriction. The Boleyn family home was on this site, and the ghost of Anne Boleyn is said to be wandering around with a suitably headless retinue.
This is a large expanse of parkland, over 70 acres, and clearly a favourite with local dogwalkers from the Barnsley area.
An amazing piece of ancient forest that has somehow survived centuries of tree felling, housing development and road building. Popular with local dog walkers, but far from over-crowded.
This is a more people-centred walk than usual, as Warwick is such a big tourist attraction.
There are three beaches at Abersoch and the town beach (by the harbour) has dog restrictions in summer.
Marvellous mix of forest and beach.
Intimate woodland that makes a lovely doggiestop off the A42, or the A511 too. The atmosphere is light and airy, and it's a great place to enjoy a quiet moment with the pooch.
Mostly flat walk alongside the Fleet lagoon from Weymouth to Abbotsbury. Several access points from roads along the way. Ferry bridge to Abbotsburry, 10.5 miles. Not good after wet spell.
Large park that was opened as a public space in 1892. Apart from its charm as a really good place to walk the dog, it's full of community life and hosts its own dog shows in the summer.