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Iconic symbol of Antrim's amazing coastline, the Giants Causeway is in the care of the National Trust.
Popular pub, dog-friendly and easy to find. Sandside is an AONB (Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty)
A woodland walk just off the A9 on the Black Isle side of the Kessock Bridge. A great off lead walk for dogs.
Gracious woodland walking for dogs.
Gorgeously unkempt commonland, keep an ear out for the dulcet tones of nightingales at dusk. Dogs just love it here.
One of the last unspoilt beaches on this stretch of the South East coastline, ideal if you'd like a quiet walk. Gentle sloping shingle at high tide and lovely sand at low tide. Great fun for the dogs.
One of several country parks along the route of the River Nene, where everyone can find something pleasurable to do.
Great beach for dogs - no restrictions on access, and plenty of space for dogs to charge around.
Another doggy-tastic big sandy beach in Northumberland with no restrictions on dogs, and plenty of poo bins are in place.
A locals beach a couple of miles along the promenade from Blackpool Tower and Piers. Dog friendly all year round but subject to tides (sea comes right up to sea wall at high tide).
Portheras Cove is a delightful little beach near Pendeen. There's a problem though - once you've been stung for parking, and clambered down the cliff path to reach the beach you'll see two signs.
If you've spotted some odd looking mini-pyramids from the A40 and wondered what they were - why not take the dog for a closer look? ...