Fairbourne Beach

On the southern lip of the Mawddach estuary, a sandy beach backed a steep bank of pebbles.The web facing side of the beach gets strong winds and is ideal for watersports. There is a dog exclusion area between 1st April & 30th September. For a map of restrictions, please see https://www.gwynedd.llyw.cymru/en/Residents/Documents-Residents/Pests,-pollution-and-food-hygiene-documents/List-of-beaches.pdf          

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Barmouth Beach

Two miles of glorious unbroken golden sand, ideal for sunbathing, games and kite flying. This beach has been known to offer donkey rides during the busy months, doughnuts, candyfloss and ice cream – all the things that people of a certain age will remember doing themselves. The picturesque harbour sits perched on the mouth of […]

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Dinas Dinlle Beach, near Caernarfon

This pretty village will always have a special place in my heart. Memories of many a weekend spent on the lovely beach here with my daughters will always remain etched in my mind. Quiet in the winter months, but surprisingly busy during summer, this sweet little Blue Flag Award beach is a lovely spot to […]

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Llandanwg Beach, near Harlech

We love this beach! Between Harlech and Barmouth, this sheltered beach is very well known for it’s hidden 4th century church, St Tanwg’s, hiding in the dunes!  The beach is accessed via a path through the dunes from a pay & display car park nearby.  There are some dog restrictions on parts of the beach […]

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Tal Y Bont, Bennar Beach near Harlech

Tal Y Bont – Benar –  A Site of Special Scientific Interest, adjoining Shell Island this fabulous beach is easy to reach with a boardwalk from the car park down to the sand, and is considered to be one of the most beautiful beaches in the area. Benar is popular for fishing, with plenty of […]

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Harlech

Harlech – The mighty Harlech castle proudly sits atop the hill looking over the huge expanse of golden sand that is Harlech beach. The stunning stretch of sand dunes are also a huge attraction here, not just the beach itself and have been designated as a Natural Nature Reserve and Site of Special Scientific interest. […]

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Old Colwyn

Sandy beach which is just a short stroll from the town. There is a small selection of cafes and restaurants, and a seaside promenade with kiosks selling snacks and benches for you to stop and do a spot of people watching! Dogs are allowed all year round.          

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Caley Promenade, Colwyn Bay

The promenade with cafes and shops backs this long sand & shingle beach. There is payable parking close by and loos too! Dogs are allowed here, although there are restrictions clearly marked between May & September. For restriction maps, please see http://www.conwy.gov.uk/upload/public/attachments/487/Colwyn_Bay_Dog_Exclusion_Area.pdf        

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