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Ramblers association footpath going through beautiful new forest woodland leading down to Symonds Yat.
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.
Interesting park for a dog walk, created from regenerated land - it used to be an explosives factory I think.
Dog-friendly and sandy beach on the small 'island' of Inchydoney, close to Clonakilty. You can drive there, it's not a proper island.
National Trust managed open space, with several marked trails for the purposeful walker. It's a fabulous environment for a blast of fresh air.
Note that the NT has dog rules in place.
Lovely beach that is very dog friendly out of season but unfortunately dogs cannot go onto the beach after May 1st.
Dog friendly beach amid scenic landscapes and cliffs.
A walk through agricultural fields, along a footpath with traditional stone stiles. The walk is separated from the road by gates and a track so it is very safe off lead.
Friendly pub with good food - dogs are welcome in the Bar with a very friendly landlady who often has treats for good dogs!
A rare chance to to walk on one of the few remaining Roman roads in Wales, with the added bonus of a stone circle and several sets of standing stones as well.
Pebbles leading to flat sand... sand accessible at low tide only.
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.