Dog Friendly Sandy Beaches - Wales

Beaches for dogs in Wales (listed from South to North)
Jacksons Bay

Jacksons Bay - South Wales

Located just a short walk away from the much busier Whitmore Bay on Barry Island.
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Merthyr Mawr

Merthyr Mawr

Located about ¾ mile from the car park, backed by the dunes of Merthyr Mawr warren.
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Three Cliffs Bay

Three Cliffs Bay

The Gower's most photographed beach. About a mile's walk from car parks, but well worth it.
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Llangennith

Llangennith

A popular surfing beach, at the far western end of the Gower peninsula.
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Monkstone Beach

Monkstone Beach

Betweeen Saundersfoot and Tenby, this is one of Pembrokeshire's less well-known beaches.
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Broad Haven South

Broad Haven South

On Pembrokeshire's spectacular south-west coast, plenty of walks nearby.
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Nolton Haven

Nolton Haven

A sheltered sandy beach, good for sunbathing. Lifeguards in summer.
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Newport Sands

Newport Sands

A long sandy beach backed by dunes - on Pembrokeshire's north coast.
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Cei bach

Cei bach

Just to the north of New Quay in Ceredigion.
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Ynyslas Estuary Beach

Ynyslas Estuary Beach

A sandy beach overlooking the Dovey estuary. Good views and plenty to explore.
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Morfa Dyffryn

Morfa Dyffryn

Wales's only official naturist beach.
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Shell Island

Shell Island

Backed by Wales's largest camp site, and noted for the variety of sea-shells to be found here.
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Abererch

Abererch

A long sandy beach on the Llyn peninsula, east of Pwllheli, and only about 200 yards from Abererch rail station.
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Llanbedrog

Llanbedrog

A sheltered sandy beach,,between Abersoch and Pwllheli on the Llyn Peninsula.
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Hell's Mouth

Hell's Mouth

One of Wales's best surfing beaches, backed by dunes, but parking can be a problem at busy times.
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Porth Dinllaen

Porth Dinllaen

A polular beach on the Llyn Peninsula's northern coast. Has a pub right at the back of the beach.
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Aberffraw Bay

Aberffraw Bay

A wide sandy surf beach on Anglesey, backed by a dune system. Smaller, secluded dog-friendly coves to the north.
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Porth Tywyn Mawr

Porth Tywyn Mawr

A wide sandy beach, popular for water-sports on Anglesey's west coast.
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Traeth Lligwy

Traeth Lligwy

On Anglesey's east coast, a wide sandy beach. A short walk north will take you to Traeth yr Ora - a secluded 'secret' beach.
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Conwy Sands

Conwy Sands

A large sandy beach on Wales' northern coast.
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Talacre

Talacre

The most easterly beach on the north coast of Wales. Not suitable for swimming due to currents.
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