Morfa Dyffryn Beach
Morfa Dyffryn is a long beach of golden sand, situated between Barmouth and Harlech on the west coast of Wales. The nearest villages are Dyffryn Ardudwy and Talybont. Several kilometers long, it also has an officially recognised naturist area, one kilometre in length. The beach is very clean and is also known for regular sightings of dolphins.
The beach is backed by a spectacular National Nature Reserve with a natural sand dune system. Morfa Dyffryn beach offers a view of the Lleyn Peninsula (Pen Llŷn) and a glimpse of Bardsey Island.