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Beaches in Wales

Here are all the beaches in Wales

Caswell Beach

Caswell is a sandy beach with good access and facilities, a popular destination for both visitors and locals all year round. The beach is close to Mumbles, The beach shops are tailored for young families, and are well stocked with all the essentials for building sand castles.

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Cefn Sidan Beach

Cefn Sidan is eight miles of golden sands and edged by a belt of sand dunes. Extensive grassland and forest adjoin the dune system. There are clear panoramic viewsacross Carmarthen Bay to the Gower and Carmarthenshire coast. The beach forms part of the Pembrey Country Park which has a variety of leisure facilities available. 

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Cei Bach Beach

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. The setting is delightful, with beautiful scenic views along the Welsh coast with a coastal path from Cei Bach to Aberaeron passing over a waterfall on the way. There is also a coastal path starting from New Qu...

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Church Bay (Porth Swtan)

Church Bay (Porth Swtan) is a sand and pebble bay edged with rockpools. The beach offers plenty of space to sunbathe and is backed by cliffs with coastal footpaths. Church Bay beach is located between Carmel Head and Holy Island on the North West of Anglesey, North Wales. Facilities include toilets (including disabled) and a cafe / restaurant.

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Clarach Beach

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.

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Cricieth Beach

Cricieth has two beaches, separated by the castle. Cricieth East Beach is the western extremity of Black Rock Sands and you can walk over this far at low tide. The top of the beach is mainly pebbles but there is sand at low tide. Cricieth West Beach is backed by a mainly residential promenade, whilst Cricieth's High Street and shops are not far away. The top part of the beach here has the most san...

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Cwmtydu Beach

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.

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Dinas Dinlle Beach

Dinas Dinlle Beach is sandy at low tide with large pebbles along the top area, though even here there is some sand to be found. The long promenade offers large amounts of parking and there are a couple of shops in the village of Dinas Dinlle that backs onto the beach. This dog-friendly beach is nearer Caernarfon and offers good views back towards the hills of north-eastern Llyn, Snowdonia and acro...

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Fairbourne Beach

Fairbourne Beach in North Wales offers a two mile stretch of sand backed by steep pebble banks, surrounded by Snowdonia National Park. Fairbourne has plenty of amenities and attractions.

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Freshwater East

Freshwater East  is a large, sandy, sweeping beach backed by dunes and grassy headlands. Facing East it is sheltered from prevailing winds and ideal for families.

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