Dinas Dinlle beach is a long sandy beach backed by a pebble storm bank and split by a couple of rocky breakwaters at high tide. The beach is located on the northern coast of the Llyn Peninsula between Caernarfon and Pontllyfni and the views across to Llanddywyn island on Anglesey read more
Criccieth beach is a mixture of sand and pebbles to the East of the castle and by the town.
Criccieth Castle beach also known as Marine beach is a long sandy beach that sits to the west of the castle and stretches out of town.
Porth Wylfa beach is a small remote beach in a sheltered bay.
Carreg Wen beach is a fine sandy beach with some great scenery and rocks.
Barmouth beach is a large family sandy beach and perfect for sunbathing, games and surfing. As it is a big beach plenty of room for active kids and relaxing also. Located on the mouth of the river Mawddach on the west coast of Wales, just within the south west corner read more
Afon Wen beach – sand. Popular for fishing and horse riding.
Its sheltered position makes it ideal for traditional beach visitors and watersports lovers alike.
Abererch beach is a 4 mile stretch of sand from Pwllheli to Pen-y-Chain headland. The sand can get a little muddy near to the Pwllheli marina and this stretch of the beach is known as Glan-y-Mor but as you head out towards Abererch and then on to the headland you read more
Aberffraw Bay (Traeth Mawr) is a large and wide curving sandy bay with sand dunes. To get to the beach a half mile walk along small river (River Ffraw). Area of Special Scientific Interest. Coastal path goes along north side of river.
Aberdyfi beach is a south west facing beach with dunes. Popular family beach as it has a wide expanses of sand which is ideal for beach games. Although, due to its location at the edge of a tidal esturay and its steep shelf into the water strong currents can exist read more
A sandy west facing beach at the picturesque village of Aberdaron on the Lynn Peninsula. The beach is large and gently shelving with relatively safe and clean bathing water. Overlooking the northern part of Cardigan Bay this area has numerous footpaths and scenic routes to explore.