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Top 5 UK’s Most ‘Instagrammable’ Dog-Friendly Beach

Looking for a welcoming beach stay for you and your four legged buddy? With the rise of pet dogs in the UK during the pandemic and cohabiting with their humans, dogs are cherished and have become our partners in crime.

With restrictions in place when travelling abroad, it makes sense that staycation has become the new vacation. Meaning it’s easier for us to take our dogs with us, wherever we go, especially with so many pet-friendly locations around the UK.

New research into the most ‘instagrammable’ dog-friendly beaches in the UK has been published by IWOOT (online gifting and homeware e-tailer). From stunning landscapes to rocky promenades, they have pulled together the best beaches to take your dog to this summer!

Here’s UK’s top 5 most ‘instagrammable’ dog-friendly beach:

Coming in claiming top spot is West Kirby, Merseyside. Although this beach is only 300m long, it has proven to be popular across Instagram. With lots of cafes open around the area, there’ll surely be plenty of tasty treats for your pooch.

With 81,306 tagged photos on Instagram, Lytham St Annes, Lancashire comes second place. Perfect place to take your family for a day out as this sandy beach has plenty of space for your dog to run wild.

The stunning Dalmore Beach, Hebrides takes third place. This magnificent and unspoilt beach with sea stacks along the Atlantic Coast defiantly makes an instaworthy visit with your pooch.

In fourth place is Moreton, Merseyside. This is a sandy beach backed by a concrete sea wall and cycle path. If you have a highly energetic dog, this route makes the perfect coastal walk or run.

Last but not least, with 70,631 tagged photos on Instagram is Crosby (Hall Road West), Merseyside. The beach itself is worth a visit as it’s known for the 100 cast iron naked sculptures by Antony Gormley. This beach can get a bit muddy, so prepare to bring an extra rowel or two!

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