Pembrokeshire is very much a dog friendly holiday destination. With over 50 beaches and hundreds of miles of footpaths and open spaces, dogs and their owners can enjoy a great holiday together.
Dogs enjoy romping on the beach as much as children, but on busy beaches there are restrictions during the period from 1st May to 30th September. The coast footpath is fully open to dogs but owners are asked to keep their dogs under control. If walking in the Preseli Mountains, please keep dogs on a lead especially if any sheep or cattle are in the area.
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Dog Friendly Beaches
Good beaches for dogs, with plenty of room and not too busy:
Ceibwr Bay near Cardigan.
Traeth LLyfn near Porthgain.
Druidstone, nearest car parks at Broad Haven and Nolton Haven.
Swanlake Bay near Manorbier.
Penally at the south end of Tenby South beach.
Dog Restricted Beaches
Beaches with dog restrictions from 1st May to 30th September:
Amroth with the exception of the eastern end of the beach.
Broad Haven. the northern half of the bay.
Dale, from the carpark to the rocks furthest away from the village.
Lydstep Haven, the western end of the baeach.
Newgale, between the two main car parks.
Poppit Sands, from the entrance to the car park directly north over the dunes and beach.
Saundersfoot between the harbour and the strand
Tenby North Beach and harbour all of it.
Tenby Castle and South Beaches. from the slipway as far as South beach car park
Whitesands. The whole beach.