Where Dogs Aren’t Welcome

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As we are now into summer… Yes, honestly, that’s what we have been told, although at time of writing, not much sun has tempted us to go far. However, it is time to watch where summer restrictions are in place regarding dog walking.

Eleven Pembrokeshire beaches have banned dogs since 1 May, and they are not allowed back until 30 September.

Total bans are in place at:

Whitesands, St Davids

North Beach,Tenby

Partial bans are in place at:

Amroth beach and promenade

Broad Haven North

Coppet Hall



Newgale beach and promenade

Poppit Sands

Saundersfoot beach and promenade

Tenby Castle and South Beach

There are many other lovely places of course where dogs (with responsible owners who clean up after them and keep them under control) can still enjoy time out outdoors by the sea.

More information about dog friendly beaches: visitpembrokeshire.com.

Kitty Parsons

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