Brechfa Forest is designated as a dog friendly tourist attraction, with miles of trails through the forest to enjoy without the risk of encountering livestock as you will if crossing farm land. – Walkers, Cyclists and Horse Riders have the right to roam throughout the forest. The website www.roam-brechfaforest-llanllwnimountain.co.uk will help you plan your route.
The common land of Llanllwni Mountain is also open access land over which walkers and horse riders have the right to roam with some delightful tracks of old turf. There will be sheep, cattle and horses grazing across the common so dogs must be on a lead at all times.
Carmarthenshire is blessed with some of the longest beaches in the UK. From October to May Carmarthenshire’s Beaches are fully open to walkers and their dogs . During the summer months most of the beaches remain open to dogs, with just a small percentage of each beach closed to dogs.
Attractions all over Carmarthenshire allow dogs (some just specify they should be on a lead), from the many castles to the Gwili Railway. The National Botanic Garden of Wales’ even hold regular ‘Doggy Days’.