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Beaches in West Wales & Self Catering Nearby


Penbryn Beach and self catering accommodation nearby...

This National Trust beach is between Llangrannog and Tresaith and almost a mile in length. There is a turning circle and dropping off point at the beach edge. There's also a cafe and shop here. The waters are suitable for body boarding and surfing. There is an NT car park(£1.50) half a mile from the beach. 

Mwnt Beach and self catering accommodation nearby...

Mwnt is a sheltered sandy cove, National Trust beach. The beach is slightly off the beaten track so tends to be relatively quiet for most of the year.

Pendine Sands and self catering accommodation nearby...

Pendine Sands is a 7 mile stretch of beach stretching from Gilmore Point to Laugharne Sands. Pendine is also host to the annual "Pendine Rock Festival", and Pendine Touch Rugby Festival.  Pendine sands was made famous by Malcolm Campbell and J.G. Parry-Thomas when they set the world land speed record five times between 1924 and 1927.Pendine Sands is located within Carmarthenshire but its edge crosses the Pembrokeshire border

New Quay Harbour Beach and self catering accommodation nearby...

The sand on Newquay Harbour Beach feels like pure silk between your toes and is one of the best places in West Wales to see dolphins & porpoise. Harbour beach is Newquay's smallest beach. It is a small area of sand, covered at high tide. The beach is very popular with families due to its safe sheltered bathing and easy access. There is a working harbour there and When the fishing boats come in, they are followed most days by 1-3 seals, who will swim around the harbour for a couple of hours.

Aberaeron South Beach and self catering accommodation nearby...

The quaint beach of Aberaeron South is located next to the harbour and has impressive cliffs and fantastic views across the bay. Mainly a shingle beach it is popular with those looking for gentle water sports such as sailing, windsurfing and canoeing. One of the best spots to enjoy the spectacular scenery is over a coffee at the beach side café.

Burry Port Beach and self catering accommodation nearby...

Burry Port Beach  is a relatively peaceful small sandy beach and there are a many water based activities available for the holidaymaker.

Aberystwyth South Beach and self catering accommodation nearby...

The South Beach at Aberystwyth is a sheltered sand and shingle beach that stretches between the castle and the harbour breakwater. Due to the 'Harbour Trap' it is a popular location for surfers.

Information for Dog Owners and self catering accommodation nearby...

Ceredigion welcomes responsible pet owners. Every beach managed by the Ceredigion County Council provides areas where you can enjoy the company of your pet dog. You must, however, exercise control over your pet and ensure it does not stray from the designated areas.

Clarach Beach and self catering accommodation nearby...

Clarach Beach is a sand and shingle beach sheltered by steep shale cliffs along which fantastic coastal walks stretch in both directions. Clarach Bay is connected to Aberystwyth by a mile long nature trail which on clear days offers magnificent views across Cardigan Bay.

Cei Bach Beach and self catering accommodation nearby...

Cei Bach is just over a half mile from New Quay - seldom many people there! Cei Bach Bay,  has a very attractive sheltered sandy beach with bathing and a pathway leading to the beach.

Cefn Sidan Beach and self catering accommodation nearby...

Cefn Sidan is eight miles of golden sands and edged by a belt of sand dunes. Extensive grassland and forest adjoin the dune system.

Cwmtydu Beach and self catering accommodation nearby...

Cwmtydu Beach is a secluded cove in a deep wooded valley, surrounded by high pastures where you may well see wild ponies. Once very popular with pirates and smugglers, due to its many hidden little cavesand coves. A number of cafés and lovely cliff walks make Cwmtydu popular with walkers, and the beach is easy to access for launching kayaks.

Llansteffan beach and self catering accommodation nearby...

Llansteffan beach is located towards the bottom of the Twyi estuary. Llansteffan beach is family friendly and clean and appealing. 

Aberystwyth North Beach and self catering accommodation nearby...

Aberystwyth North Beach is a sand and shingle beach that slopes into a superb sheltered bay. In the summer months you can find donkeys, a bouncy castle and 'tea cup' rides along the prom making it a popular location for families. The beach also boasts all the facilities of being in the centre of a large town.

Tresaith Beach and self catering accommodation nearby...

Tresaith is set in a small sheltered sandy bay named after the River Saith which cascades as a waterfall over the cliffs to the beach. The beach has a slipway and is a popular sailing destination. An excellent beach for watersports - wide and sandy, but limited parking. The Ship Inn on the beach front is a friendly & welcoming place to  eat & drink.

New Quay Dolau Beach and self catering accommodation nearby...

Traeth Y Dolau is a small beach located in a very busy and popular seaside town, and is home to one of Wales' most popular sailing centres. There is a good selection of  places to eat and drink in addition to plenty of organised tours and walks to go on, the most popular of which are the boat trips to watch the seals and dolphins of Cardigan Bay.

Borth Beach and self catering accommodation nearby...

The old fishing hamlet of Borth boasts one of Ceredigion's longest and most golden of beaches. Reaching over two miles in length to Ynyslas where the Dyfi National Nature Reserve has an impressive sand dune system. Borth's beach is particularly popular with sailboard enthusiasts and families with younger children.

Beaches in Carmarthenshire and self catering accommodation nearby...

Carmarthenshire isn't only lush green and gorgeous countryside, it also has some of the most glorious sandy beaches in Europe.

Aberporth Beach and self catering accommodation nearby...

The village resort of Aberporth becomes a hive of activity during the summer months. There are two sandy sheltered beaches with rock pools exposed at low tide.

Llangrannog Beach and self catering accommodation nearby...

Known as 'Traeth y Pentref' (the village beach) Llangrannog is a sheltered sandy beach. It is also known for having a distinctive large rock ‘Carreg Bica’ on the shores edge, according to legend was once a giants tooth!  The Pentre Arms is just opposite the beach as is a superb pub serving traditional Welsh Ale and great food

 
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