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Beaches in Wales

Here are all the beaches in Wales

Barafundle Beach

Amazing, outstanding, superb are just some of the words used to descrie this beach.  A small bay backed by dunes and pine trees, accessible only by a half mile walk from the nearest car park. Swathes of golden sand and crystal clear waters, Barafundle has been voted many, many times as one of the best beaches in Britain and the world; it’s often likened to a Caribbean beach! This pristine beach...

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Barmouth Beach

Barmouth’s long, sandy beach is very popular with families and has long been a holder of the coveted Blue Flag award. The beach is large and perfect for sunbathing, games, swimming and surfing (depending on the swells and time of year). Kids love the beach yet its size means those wanting to get away and relax in peace and quite can do so easily. Other activities at Barmouth beach include windsu...

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Barry Island Beach

Barry Island is perfect for a fun filled day and has something for every visitor, with activities centred around sandy Whitmore Bay and the on site pleasure park. Between the two are the gardens and promenade, and the area is filled with attractions, amusements, and all manner of gift shops, food outlets and licensed premises (pubs and bars!)

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Benllech Beach

Benllech is a long sandy beach and a huge family favourite. Situated on the east coast of Anglesey, Benllech one of the island's most beautiful beaches set in a crescent-shaped bay. Exceptionally safe for bathing and paddling with excellent disabled facilities and practical access for both prams and disabled visitors. At low tide the sand stretches for miles giving young children plenty of space i...

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Black Rock Sands, Morfa Bychan

Black Rock Sands is a 2 mile long sandy beach situated at Morfa Bychan, 2 miles from Porthmadog in North Wales. It is one of the few locations where you can take your car on to the beach. The sea along Black Rock Sands is shallow, with a gentle gradient making it ideal for swimming and bathing. Black Rock Sands has become a well known beach for activities and is popular with windsurfers and kite-b...

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Borth Beach

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.

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Broad Haven South

Broad Haven South is a another stunning beach. Not to be confused with Broad Haven beach near Haverfordwest that also happens to be a great beach. 

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Burry Port Beach

Burry Port Beach  is a relatively peaceful small sandy beach and there are a many water based activities available for the holidaymaker. Its a perfect beach for young families. On June the 18th 1928, Amelia Earhart's Fokker F7 (on her bid to become the first woman to fly the atlantic) ran out of fuel and landed here.

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Caerbwdi Beach, St Davids

Caerbwdi Beach – On the way to St Davids as the road dips suddenly into small valley there is a turning on your left. 100 yards down the road is a grassy car park. The walk is ten minutes to a beautiful rocky beach.

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Caerfai Bay, St Davids

Caerfai Bay – As you approach St Davids from Haverfordwest, turn left at the visitor centre and drive straight on. Caerfai is a lovely sandy beach perfect for families.

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