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Rockham Bay is fabulously remote and just off the Tarka Trail footpath between Lee and Grunta Bay - so it's an ideal place to combine a long walk with a sarnie stop and swimming.
Great place to take a driving break and enjoy a cultural experience with the dog at the same time.
Pebbly beach at the top, sandy nearer the water. Lovely calm bay and dog friendly. Plenty of water activities available
A dog walk at the southern end of Ayr beachfront giving access to Greenan shore. Great views over to Arran and Ailsa Craig.
Walk along canal towpath for 4 km return by retracing route
A CAMRA pub with real ales, hand pumps and a lovely old-fashioned pubby atmosphere. A local treasure, dog-friendly and well worth a visit
A sheltered shingly bay backed by steep cliffs. Access path through woods. Part of the Exmoor National Park. Nearly always quiet and peaceful.
Heath land and woods great for free running.
Lovely wide open dog-friendly and sandy beach. Few facilities at Sutton on Sea, toilets, fish and chips etc
Great combo of a park for starters, and then a long beach walk from Sketty to as far as the Mumbles!
If you know any Dylan Thomas, this is the place to roar it out.
A lovely walk up and over one of the few hills in the Cambridge area. The walk gives stunning views over Cambridge and the surrounding area.
Usefully sited country park for Swansea dogs. The park has grown around the River Pill, which has formed the valley and reaches the sea by the Mumbles road.