Dog Friendly Beaches

Wales is blessed with the Welsh Coastal Path. Opened in 2012 the path is the world’s first uninterrupted route along a national coast. The path shows off our beaches, estuaries, cliffs, woodlands and hills, There are also city waterfronts, writers’ retreats, fun-parks and historic castles. There’s 870 miles of coast path to explore. I don’t expect you to walk it all in one go but one day I plan to do just that!

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Many of the beaches along south Wales’ coastline are dog friendly year round, although some are just dog friendly during the ‘winter’ months. I’ve put together a list of those I could find that do allow doggies on.

South Wales

1 May – 30 September
Dogs are banned from the following beaches: Aberavon, Southerndown, Llantwit Major, Cold Knap, Barry Island, Penarth, Rest Bay, Town Beach, Coney Beach and Trecco Bay (Porthcawl)

Doggies are permitted on: Ogmore, Pink Bay, Newton Beach and Sker Beach all year round though.




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