Best Beaches for Dogs - Ceredigion
North of New Quay's Harbour beach, a long sandy beach backed by boulder clay banks.
A secret, quiet beach backed by a wooded valley with waterfalls nearby.
A sandy beach backed by wooded slopes. Small car park in woods behind the beach.
A beach of shingle and low-tide sand overlooking Cardigan Bay, with good views towards the mountains of north Wales. Parking possible on the shingle.
A beach of sand backed by shingle, to the north of Borth. Good for surfing.
Ynyslas (Estuary) beach
A sandy beach backed by dunes overlooking the Dyfi estuary. Parking allowed on the sand. Swimming is dangerous due to currents.
Dog-friendly Beaches - Gwynedd (Meirionydd)
A long sandy beach backed by dunes, north of Aberdyfi. Layby parking.
A long, sandy beach backed by high dunes, and Wales' only naturist beach (north of main access).
Dog-friendly Beaches - Gwynedd (Llyn Peninsula)
A little-known sandy bay, but no parking nearby.
A long, sandy beach just a short walk from the station.
A sandy beach backed by dunes.
A very picturesque bay on the western coast of the Llyn Peninsula.
A 3½ mile long surf beach backed by dunes. No facilities.
A small cove, accessed down a long flight of steps. Parking at nearby farm..
A small, picturesque cove on the northern Llyn Peninsula.
A sandy beach on the northern shore of the Llyn peninsula.
A wide, crescent-shaped bay with a beach-side pub.
A long, little frequented beach on the northern coast of the Llyn Peninsula.