Polperro is a pretty little town with a big carpark at the top. The carpark is 750m walk from the harbour. The walk takes you through the town which is not car friendly, but very dog friendly .
Also has large grass beach park and plenty of free parking.
This ticks all the right boxes for us. A large and sprawly pub where kids with sandy feet, dogs, and people with appetites large and small are all made welcome.
The story of Kenfig has plenty of drama – from sunken villages to ghosts. It is an outstandingly attractive area, and has been featured in the ‘Coast' series on TV.
Within seconds of Jem leaping out for a sniff at the sea and a bounce on the beach, the rain deluged. The beach is all shingle and we couldn't really see anything of the coast path!
Small car park on the left hand side just after you cross the bridge on entering the village of Powfoot. There are two options.
Great for letting your dog run free along a long wide beach.
A coastal dog walk, starting from a distinctive Martello tower. From October to April the massive beach is ideal for doggie fun and games.
Sandy beach with no dog restrictions. You'll see hang-gliders and surfers in action, and there are several campsites overlooking the beach if you feel like staying.
When the tide's out this is a fun beach for dogs, with lots of scamper space and doggie swimming. The beach is divided into dog and no-dog zones, and the doggie zone is bigger.
Atmospheric ruins of the abbey are perfect for a picnic break, short dog walk, or a ponder on the many and vaied saints of Wales.
Really nice little beach, with sand and rock pools to keep kids and dogs happy. Also there's woodland walkies behind the beach. At high tide the beach disappears.