Dog-friendly Beaches - Gwynedd (Cambrian Coast)
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 apub just behind the shore.
Dog-friendly Beaches - Anglesey
A long beach backed by high dunes, about a mile's walk from Newborough car park.
A wide sandy beach backed by dunes, about 1000 yards walk from car park along the sandy Afon Ffraw river.
One of Anglesey's less well-known beaches, just around the point from Aberffraw.
North of Rhosneigr, a long surf beach backed by dunes and Valley airfield.
A crescent-shaped sandy bay only accessible via ther coastal path.
Porth y Post
One of a series of small coves on Holy Island.
Porth Tywyn Mawr
A half-mile wide beach opposite Holyhead, very popular for sailing and other watersports. Limited parking.
A picturesque, sheltered sandy bay, backed by pale yellow cliffs of volcanic tuff. Snack bar and restaurant.
On Anglesey's north coast, a sandy bay with a quartzite sea stack.
A small, sheltered bay of sand and shingle on Anglesey's north coast.
Traeth yr Ora
One of Anglesey's secret beaches - a long walk from the nearest car park, but worth it!
A wide, sandy beach with two car parks.