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Beaches in Wales

Here are all the beaches in Wales

Oxwich Bay Beach

Oxwich Bay is two and half miles of stunning golden sandy beach backed by sand dunes, salt marshes and woodland.

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Penarth Beach

Penarth Beach has a traditional seaside resort feel to it, with a stone and shingle beach overlooked by the esplanade, and not to mention Penarth Pier, beautiful gardens and a pleasant range of cafes this location really does take you back!.

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Penbryn Beach

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. 

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Pendine Sands

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 cro...

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Pendine Sands

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 cro...

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Pink Bay

The rocks have a unique pink marbling effect and give the name Pink Bay. This is a quiet beach, 15 minutes walk from Rest Bay that has a steep pebble bank down onto a flat beach edged by a rocky shoreline.

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Port Eynon Bay Beach

Port Eynon Bay is a popular for all types of watersports including, diving, sailing, surfing and windsurfing, with a slipway to the beach. It has good access, plenty of parking, shops and three quarter's of a mile of golden sand backed by sand dunes.

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Porth Dafarch Beach

Porth Dafarch beach is located in a beautiful sandy bay surrounded by rocky headland between Trearddur Bay and Holyhead on Holy Island. With its enticing rock pools and meandering coastal path, this beach is ideal for a peaceful family day out.

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Porth Nefyn Beach

Porth Nefyn Beach has plenty of sand, a shop, small car park and is also pet-friendly.

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Porth Neigwl Beach (Hell's Mouth)

Porth Neigwl Beach, also known as Hell's Mouth, is famous for its good waves that attract thousands of surfers every year. Also popular with families, the top of the beach is made up of large pebbles, whilst lower down there is plenty of sand that is exposed at low tide. Porth Neigwl is a 4 mile, dog friendly beach, accessed through 500m of sand dunes from a car park near the village of Llanengan....

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