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Beaches in Wales

Here are all the beaches in Wales

Talacre Beach

A large sandy beach on the west side of the River Dee estuary, with a famous 17th century lighthouse and backed by sand dunes. Facilities include a cafe/restaurant and toilets and dogs are also allowed.

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Tenby North Beach

The North beach in Tenby is a golden stretch of sandy beach with Goskar Rock a large feature in the middle. The beach has great views of the harbour and across the Bay. It is also the starting point for the famous Wales Ironman race that takes place in the town each September.

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Tenby South Beach

With 2km of golden sands and clear blue sea Tenby South Beach is backed by dunnes and looks across towards Caldy Island. A great beach for families there is plenty of room for everyone.

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Three Cliff Bay Beach

Backed by steep sand dunnes Three Cliff Bay Beach is a well known beauty spot. Great for families, walkers, horse riding and climbers. 

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Traeth Penllech

Traeth Penllech is a long beach on the north side of the peninsula and makes you really feel you are away from it all. This pet-friendly beach has masses of sand at low tide but take care not to be cut off on a high tide. There are some very interesting rock formations and rock pools along the beach to the right as you walk down. Another good beach for surfing when the conditions are right.

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Trearddur Bay

Trearddur Bay is a fine long sandy beach on Holy Island, two miles from Holyhead town. One of Anglesey’s premier beaches; popular with families and those who enjoy water sports such as sailing, canoeing, diving, surfboarding and water skiing.

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Trecco Bay

Trecco Bay is a large, sandy and rocky beach, with excellent water quality and has achieved Blue Flag status over the years. It is a sheltered sandy beach within walking distance of Porthcawl and within a holiday park with public access. Family facilities include amusement arcade and leisure centre. The excellent quality of water makes the beach popular for swimming and paddling.

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Tresaith Beach

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.

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Welsh Surfing Federation Surf School

Welsh Surfing Federation Surf School is owned by the governing body for surfing in Wales and the only surf school based at Llangennith, the best beach to learn to surf in Wales. It is a non-profit organisation that takes the role of fund raising to promote surfing in Wales. The WSF surf school is charged with the education of new surfers to the safe, enjoyable use of the sea and to promote environ...

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Whiteford Sands Beach

Whiteford Sands is a vast two mile expanse of beach at the edge of the Loughor Estuary.

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