Porth Dinllaen

Porth Dinllaen Cared for by the National Trust, perfectly preserved and rich in natural beauty, this old fishing village & golden sand beach is simply breathtaking. The fabulous Ty Coch Inn (voted 3rd best beach bar in the world) is right on the beach and with the best rock pools for crabbing is the perfect […]

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Aberdaron

The last stop on the pilgrim’s path, Aberdaron is a soft, sandy beach on the Western tip of the peninsula. There are some areas with dog restrictions between 1st April to 30th September which are signposted. Here  you will find a café, public loos, and first aid point. 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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Porthor (Whistling Sands)

Whistling Sands, aptly nicknamed due to the unusual whistling sound made by the sand under your feet, is a picturesque beach owned by The National Trust. The sand squeaks under your feet due to the peculiar shape of the grains – a real novelty! A handy car park is nearby, and there are many footpaths […]

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Llanbedrog

One of the most photographed beaches in the area, Llanbedrog beach, owned by The National Trust is just beautiful. With the backdrop of the impressive Mynydd Tir Y Cwmwd  headland and the sea lapping at the mile long stretch of golden sand, we think it is one of the prettiest and most sheltered beaches on […]

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Porth Neigwl

      Also known as Hells Mouth, is a real hotspot for surfers due to its crashing waves as it is exposed to the full force of the Atlantic. Also popular with families, the 4 mile long dog friendly beach accessed via the sand dunes is often the venue for international sailing events! This […]

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Nefyn

A stunning 2 mile sweeping bay makes up Nefyn and Morfa Nefyn beaches, enjoyed by watersports enthusiasts & families alike. A steep lane leads from Nefyn village to a free parking area for up to 20 or so cars & there are public loos about halfway along. To the west of the car park there […]

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Pwllheli

Pwllheli is perhaps not best known for its beaches, however we think it should be! Glan Y Mor beach is sandy and sheltered near the marina, and South beach is mainly shingle & pebble and very long! Just a ten minute stroll from the town centre, why not stop and relax once you are finished […]

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Criccieth

  There are two great beaches in Criccieth, both frequently visited by porpoises!  Marine Beach is to West    of the castle, pebbly and popular for bathing. To the East of the castle the beach is known as ‘main beach’. The RNLI lifeboats regularly launch from the slipway here on practice nights, – very exciting to watch! […]

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Black Rock Sands

A massive expanse of sand – at low tide, it is so vast that can can actually drive onto the beach! There is a pub close to the entrance to the beach, The Tafarn Glanaber, where dogs are welcome in the conservatory. There is a dog exclusion between 1st April & 30th September which is […]

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Abersoch

Main beach We have enjoyed many a summers day here! This beautiful sheltered beach is one of the most popular beaches in the area. It is a firm favourite of photographers with pretty beach huts which can be rented by the day or the week. In the main season you will almost certainly see plenty of […]

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