SOMERSET beaches could be ideal for a day out or for walks with our four-legged friends, but not all of them are dog-friendly.

There are a number of sites that would welcome dogs and only four locations would not welcome them, as explained by Visit Somerset.

There are 24 beaches all where dogs are allowed, seven where there are restrictions, and only three where there is a ban.

Here are the beaches that welcome dogs in Somerset - Blue Anchor Bay, Northern Brean, Southern Berrow, Brean Beach, Southern Brean, Bossington Beach, Burnham-on-Sea Yacht Club, North Dunster, Doniford, Watchet, Kilve, Porlock Weir, Uphill - Weston super Mare, Stolford, St Audries Bay, Selworthy Sands, Sand Bay, Middle Hope, Lilstock, Ladye Bay, Greenleigh Sand, Glenthorne Beach, East Quantoxhead. Beaches where dogs may be restricted - Burnham-on-Sea Jetty, South Dunster, Minehead Terminus, Minehead, The main Weston super Mare beach.

Dogs are not welcome on Burnham-on-Sea beach, Clevedon Beach, Marine Lake Weston-super-Mare, Grand Pier - Weston super Mare.

Below is a map showing all the beaches that welcome dogs across the county.


Google maps. Data from Visit Somerset