Swansea's summer dog-friendly beaches unveiled
Dog lovers are being advised to keep to dog-friendly beaches in Swansea and Gower between May and September
Llangennith, on the eastern edge of the Gower Peninsula
The by-law restricting dogs to specific beaches came into force again on May 1 and will be in place until September 30.
Dog friendly beaches include: Horton (only up to the Horton beach access), Mumbles, Pwll Du, Pobbles, Three Cliffs Bay, Oxwich Bay (including Crawley and Tor Bay), Mewslade Bay, Rhossili Bay, Llangennith, Broughton Bay, Whiteford Sands, Port Eynon (from the main steps west to the Salt House) and Swansea Bay (from the slip opposite Victoria Park to the beach access opposite Sketty Lane).
Martin Saville, Head of Public Protection at Swansea Council's, said: "It's important that dog owners pay attention to the relevant signage.
"During the summer months we expect a higher volume of families to visit our beaches.
Pobbles Bay towards Three Cliffs Bay
"Dog owners can walk their dogs along a large number of beaches in Swansea all year round.
"There are a number of beaches where dogs are not permitted. This by-law is in place to ensure our beaches are accessible to everyone.
"There are signs at every beach to highlight where dogs are not allowed. We encourage responsible dog ownership and hope beach-goers and pet owners can equally enjoy the wonderful coastline we have at our disposal."
The Council also stated that there were over 80 dog bins along the coastal parts of Swansea and Gower and has urged dog owners to use the bins and help keep the region clean and tidy.