Best Beaches for Dogs - Glamorgan & Port Talbot
A sheltered sandy bay, just a short walk from Barry Island.
Ogmore by Sea
A sandy beach, backed by a car park next the Ogmore river. Lifeguards in summer.
A quiet sandy beach, about ¾ mile walk across the dunes of Merthyr Warren.
A long sandy beach backed by dunes, which reaches right up to the harbour at Port Talbot.
Best Beaches for Dogs - Swansea & Gower
A sheltered bay, about a mile's walk from Bishopston village.
Three Cliffs Bay
A wide, sandy beach backed by a valley and flanked by limestone cliffs. Plenty to explore and lifeguards in summer.
A long, sandy beach backed by low dunes.
The Gower's best surfing beach, backed by dunes and a camping site.
Best Beaches for Dogs - Carmarthenshire
Burry Port has a picturesque marina, with sandy beaches to either side. A cycle path leads along an inlet to Pembrey Beach.
A scenic bay just a short walk from Llanstephan. Good for sunbathing.
Best Beaches for Dogs - Pembrokeshire
Between Saundersfoot and Tenby - one of Pembrokeshire's best beaches.
A popular surfing beach, overlooked by Manorbier castle.
An east facing sandy bay, just a short level walk from the car park.
Often regarded as Pembrokeshire's best beach, about 300 yards wide backed by dunes. Caves on very low tides.
A wide sandy beach between limestone headlands near to Bosherston Lily ponds. Stream on the east side and springs on the west.
One of Pembrokeshire's bst surf beaches, but there are rip currents here.
A long sandy beach near Marloes village, no facilities, but generally safe for swimming and surfing.
A remote beach, parking in nearby lane. Can be good for surfing.
A wide sandy beach, parking possible on the sand. Cafe and lifeguards in summer.
Best Beaches for Dogs - Ceredigion
A secret, quiet beach backed by a wooded valley with waterfalls.
A sandy beach backed by wooded slopes. Small car park in woods behind the beach.
A beach of sand and shingle 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.