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Places to Visit in North Wales

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Newborough Forest

Experience a landscape shaped by wind, sand, time and man This area has seen a changing landscape of dunes, woods and grassland since the retreat of the glaciers.

 
Llyn Brenig Lake

Llyn Brenig Visitor Centre is the starting point for a visit to Llyn Brenig - whether you intend to walk or cycle one of the waymarked trails, go fishing, or picnic on the lakeside.

In or near Corwen

Visit Wales VAQAS

 
Criccieth Promenade Beach

The eastern beach at Criccieth backed by a promenade is south facing, pebbly and popular with families.

Blue Flag Wales

 
Pensarn Beach

A long, quiet, predominantly shingle beach.

Keep Wales Tidy

 
Colwyn Bay

A long beach of sand and shingle with a promenade seafront walk at this popular Victorian seaside resort.

Blue Flag Wales

 
Penrhyn Bay

A quieter sandy beach, with beautiful views and lots of rocks to explore, located between Llandudno and Rhos-on-Sea.

 
Porth Tywyn Mawr Beach

Porth Tywyn Mawr is also known as Sandy Beach; a long beach with sand dunes.

 
Moelfre Beach

Moelfre beach is in a pretty shingle bay that adjoins the village and is popular for sailing, fishing, boating and picnics.

 
Beaumaris Beach

A small sand and shingle beach great for boat trips and offering stunning views.

 
Cable Bay

Porth Trecastell (Cable Bay) is a sandy covered beach edged by cliffs and rock pools situated south of Llanfaelog between the villages of Rhosneigr and Aberffraw on Anglesey.

 
Penmaenmawr Beach

Situated northeast of Bangor, the beach is sandy at low tide, with stones and pebbles forming the upper bay area.

Blue Flag Wales

 
Llanddona Beach

A long sandy beach at the eastern end of Red Wharf Bay on Anglesey.

Blue Flag Wales

 
Porth Trwyn

Porth Trwyn beach near Llanfaethlu is a quiet sandy bay backed by dunes.

 
Aberdaron Beach

Aberdaron is a mile long sandy bay at the end of the Llyn Peninsula

Keep Wales Tidy

 
Aberffraw Beach

A beautiful rural, unspoilt and uncrowded sandy beach backed by extensive dunes.

 
Abersoch

Originally a fishing port, now a popular seaside resort, Abersoch has a large, relatively sheltered sandy beach on the southeast facing side of the Llyn Peninsula.

Blue Flag Wales

 
Rhyl Beach

Opposite the top of the High Street, this is Rhyl's busiest beach where bathing is encouraged.

Keep Wales Tidy