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If you're staying in Valence, this 26 hectare park is definitely worth a visit.
Pebbly beach at the top, sandy nearer the water. Lovely calm bay and dog friendly. Plenty of water activities available
Useful stopping point if you're heading north on the A9. The car park is hardly any distance from the main road, yet once you're in the trees it's a different world.
This is a lovely 5 mile / 2 hour walk - ideal for a visit to Broadway as there's plenty to do and see after your walk too. The walk has around 9 stiles, mostly quite easy for dogs to manage.
Fantastic beach with no restrictions. Long beach with sand dunes. Free car park a few minutes walk. Very popular with dog walkers so plenty of new friends to be made!
Thistly Cross Roundabout
Fabulous combination of a big sandy beach, and access to a long distance footpath too. Very popular with local dog-walkers, and pure doggie delight for the pooch.
Restaurant/Country pub with masses of parking, expensive menu but accepts dogs into the bar area and gardens. Fresh water for the doggies on request.
Great place to take a driving break and enjoy a cultural experience with the dog at the same time.
Village pub. Thatched roof and home cooked food. Gareth is the landlord and he runs the pub along with the manager Sam and chef Paul. Friendly pub dog Freddie helps with the atmosphere!
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.
Shingle beach backed by woody hills. On street parking, shops and facilities in the village before the beach.
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.