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Beaches in Wales

Here are all the beaches in Wales

Harlech Beach

Harlech's 4 miles of sandy beach has something for every beach lover and is probably one of the most photographed strips of sand in the world. Lovely sand and safe bathing within Snowdonia National Park, North Wales - surrounded by mountainous sand dunes. The 13th century Harlech castle stands on the cliff above the beach and is open to visitors. Further along the beach there is access to the Nati...

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Little Haven Beach, Pembrokeshire

Littlehaven is a  magical little village in Pembrokeshire. At low tide you can walk across to Broadhaven from Littlehaven across the beach. This is another popular safe sandy beach. If the tide is in you can always walk back across the coastal path.

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Llanbedrog Beach

Llanbedrog Beach offers a mile long stretch of sand and is one of the calmest beaches in Wales, sheltered by the huge headland of Mynydd Tir-y-Cwmwd. This pet-friendly beach is now owned by the National Trust, with parking facilities, a cafe/bistro selling ice cream through the summer months and public toilets a little further up the road.

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Llanddona Beach

Llanddona offers a long sandy beach on the eastern side of Anglesey. This stretch of sand extends all the way to Red Wharf Bay and is an ideal venue for games as it never seems full.

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Llanddwyn Beach

Llanddwyn beach, near Newborough on the South West corner of Anglesey is blessed with miles of sandy beach and a romantic history. Renowned as one of the finest beaches in Britain, Llanddwyn is popular for sunbathing, bathing, windsurfing, kite-surfing and fishing.

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Llandudno Beaches

Llandudno is Wales's largest resort, uniquely situated between the Great and Little Ormes with two wonderful beaches. On the award winning north shore, the Llandudno Victorian Pier is a must see as the longest pier in Wales (2,995 feet long). Here you will find a delightful traditional pier with spectacular sea views. The north shore beach is mainly rocky with some sandy sections and is popular fo...

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Llangennith Beach

Llangennith Beach  is the surfing capital of The Gower, mainly due to the consistent swells that pour in from the mighty Atlantic Ocean, and is situated at the northern end of Rhossili Bay.

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Llangrannog Beach

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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Llansteffan Beach

Llansteffan beach is located towards the bottom of the Twyi estuary. Llansteffan beach is family friendly and clean and appealing. With plenty of room to park the car there is also a childrens' play park and a tarmaced small path following the shoreline.

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Mewslade Bay Beach

Mewslade Bay is unspoilt and perfect for those who like to get away from crowds.

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