Pembrokeshire offers a wide variety of dog friend walks set in some of the most beautiful sceanery in all of the UK! Below you can find a selection of dog friendly walks suitable for all types of dogs in and around Pembrokeshire, Wales, UK.
If you would like to know more information on any of the dog walks on these pages feel free to call us on 01437 765765 or email Woof Guide Enquiries.
Angle and the Old Point House 3 1/2 Miles
Pembrokeshire Coast National Park Authority
West Angle Bay itself is a remote Bay of wilderness, home to sand a muddy appearance and a breeding ground for an abundance of wildlife. Along this walk you will learn to admire the busy Cleddau waterway and shore of Milford Haven, enjoy the vision of T... Read More
Barafundle Bay and Stackpole Quay (2 Miles)
The National Trust
Between Stackpole Quay and Stackpole Head is the sandy beach of Barafundle Bay, voted by many as one of the top 10 beaches in the world. The pristine, clear water and gorgeous golden sands of Barafundle, fringed by dunes and cliffs displays the natural beauty of a truly unspoil... Read More
Bosherston Lily Ponds and St Govans-(4.4 miles)
Bosherston Nature Reserve
Dogs should be kept under control so as not to cause disturbance to other people, wildlife or livestock.
Pembrokeshire Coast National Park - 0845 345 7275
This scenic 4-mile route visits the remarkable St Govans Chapel, standing just above the golden beach at the b... Read More
Brunel Quay (Neyland to Haverfordwest) (9 miles)
Part of the National Cycle Network
Brunel Quay Cycleway is a purpose built, off road path following the disused railway from Neyland Marina to Johnston, and then a gently undulating route on into Haverfordwest.
Dogs are welcome along the Cycle path, but must be kept under control at all times.
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Carew Castle and Tidal Mill (1 mile)
Managed by the Pembrokeshire Coast National Park Authority.
By Road: On A4075, sign posted off A477, 5 miles East of Pembroke.
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Cwm Gwaun Fishguard (2.2 miles)
This short walk is superb for admiring fantastic river and sea views, incorporating woodland walks and an abundance of bird life. The views from the Harbour car park are great of the sea, so you may spend a little time here before heading off on your walk. This walk is known for becoming quite wet a... Read More
Freshwater West Beach (0.7 Miles)
Pembrokeshire Coast National Park
Freshwater West is a beautifully exposed beach and has got to be one of Pembrokeshire's most delightful doggie beaches, as not only is it long, sandy and have excessive golden dunes (SSSI), it is dog friendly all year round!
On a high tide the beach is sand (of ... Read More
Lawrenny Quay (2.5 miles)
Lawrenny Quay and Garron Pill is an absolutely stunning, circular and very easy dog friendly walk through beautiful oak woods along the shores of the Daugleddau.
Located along the way for your admiration in addition to the scenic route, is one of Pembrokeshire’s finest and most charming historic c... Read More
Llys-y-Fran Country Park and Reservoir (6.5 miles)
Llys-y-Fran Country Park and Reservoir Visitor Centre.
01437 532 273 / 01437 532 694
How to find Llys-y-Fran Country Park:
Llys-y-Fran Country Park (Parc Gwledig Llys-y-Fran) is about 10 miles northeast of Haverfordwest. Just follow the brown and w... Read More
Maenclochog to Rosebush (2 miles)
With three different routes, you can choose the walk most suited to you and your dog, allowing you to discover the beauty of this area as you wish. It is a very versatile and intriguing walk for all to enjoy, where there are many magnificent view points throughout, allowing you to admire the many de... Read More
Old Town Trails (2 miles)
Tenby town and beaches
This is a great out of season walk allowing you full access to the wonderful beaches that surround the quaint walled town of Tenby.
How to find it: Head into Tenby on the A478 follow signs for the North Beach car park.
The pleasant walk around Pembroke’s Mill Pond is very popular. You and your dog can enjoy a mixture of both the medieval past of Pembroke and it’s prominent Castle and town walls as well as capture the flora and fauna evident in the Eastern sector of this circular walk.
Pentre Ifan burial chamber lies on the slopes of the Preseli Mountains in Pembrokeshire and is reputed to be one of the best examples of an early Neolithic tomb in the UK.
On this particular dog friendly walk, there are some hard surfaced lane walking, woodl... Read More
Plumstone Mountain Circular Walk (4 miles)
This is a fantastic walk that is I suppose fairly strenuous in places, so definitely one for the more agile and enthusiastic dogs and their owners to undertake! Although challenging with steep slopes, this walk will not disappoint and each climb will be rewarded, showcasing spectacular views of Nort... Read More
Riverside Hamlet of Nevern (3 miles)
This 3 mile ramble is a pleasant journey, taking you to the church of St Brynach and all its history, passing through an abundance of unspoilt countryside following neat woodland and riverside paths.
History: One of the ancient yew trees within the churchyard grounds is known as 'the bleeding yew... Read More
Still got Itchy Paws?
See Pembrokeshire by dog friendly bus
If you are the kind of dog walker who likes to see where the day takes you, the Pembrokeshire Coastal Bus Service is an absolute eco-friendly must.
There are services all around the coast and you can get on and off as you please. Walk a bit, ride a bit.
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Tenby to Lydstep (6 Miles)
Directions: By Road: From Sageston (Carew) roundabout take the second exit onto the B4317. Turn left at the juncation and pass the Tenby Leisure Centre on your left hand side. At mini roundabout take second exit signposted 'Town Centre' and continue up the hill into Tenby town on the A4139. Follow s... Read More
The Gwaun Valley and Bessie’s Pub (3 Miles)
The Gwaun Valley is a magical, secret wooded valley near Fishguard. It is truly magical and enchanting to witness such beauty within our Pembrokeshire National Park. This superb and relaxing walk is not complete without a visit to the unique Dyffryn Arms, more affectionately known as ‘Bessie's Pub’.... Read More
This Pebbly Heaven (1 mile - plenty of time to play!)
Saundersfoot to Wiseman's Bridge
The mile walk from the harbour town of Saundersfoot, a town with a remarkable past to Wiseman's Bridge follows the flat route of the railway that used to carry coal from Wiseman's Bridge to the harbour at Saundersfoot.
This walk is perfect for dogs with plen... Read More
Whitesands and St David’s (4 Miles)
Whitesands Bay is at the head of the St David's peninsula and is an unspoilt, sandy beach that is appreciated by so many visitors to Pembrokeshire throughout the year. The city of St Davids is an inviting place surrounded by a stunning coastline and inhabits an intriguing Cathedral... Read More
Withybush Woods is a very popular walk with a lot of people all year round, as it offers a variation to adapt to suit all walkers needs! It is an ‘out of town’ walk and offers a place of peace and tranquillity for walkers and their dogs where all is to be heard is the distance tweet of birdsong.
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