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Traeth Bach, Cemaes

The smaller of two beaches in Cemaes; a mostly sandy beach with several rock pools.

 

This is a dune backed, sandy beach is plenty big enough for all your beach activities and popular for water sports.

In or near Newport (Pembs)

Keep Wales Tidy

 
Lligwy Beach

A glorious sandy beach with sand dunes and rock pools, popular with families and for watersports.

 
Newgale Beach

Newgale beach is famous for its two mile stretch of gloriously golden sand. With its 'large surf', it is considered by many one of the best places to take to the board.

Blue Flag Wales

 
Tenby North Beach

The North beach at Tenby is a long sandy beach set against a backdrop of cliffs on one side and Tenby town and the picturesque harbour on the other.

Blue Flag Wales

 
New Quay

New Quay’s Harbour Beach has stunning golden sands to rival any and has become a favourite for fishing and water sports enthusiasts. New Quay’s other beaches are Dolau & Traeth Gwyn.

Blue Flag WalesKeep Wales Tidy

 
Llandanwg Beach

Llandanwg beach is just south of Harlech; the village is famous for its church which stands just a stone's throw from the sea.

 
Moelfre Beach

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

 
Llanrhystud Beach

The beach at Llanrhystud is a narrow shingle bank at high tide, but at low tide it becomes wide and sandy.

Keep Wales TidyGreen Coast Award

 

With rugged cliff scenery, Marcross beach near Llantwit Major has a rocky shore with spectacular rock formations and some sand.

In or near Llantwit Major

 
Barafundle Bay Beach

This is one of Pembrokeshire's most beautiful beaches, often described as the 'Jewel in the Crown'. The beach is backed by dunes and trees and is owned and managed by the National Trust. The beach is accessible only by the Coastal Path.

Keep Wales TidyGreen Coast AwardNational Trust

 
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

 
Hell's Mouth

A long stretch of sand and stones, it is extremely popular with surfers being exposed to the full force of the Atlantic.

 
Penbryn Beach

Owned by the National Trust, Penbryn lies between Tresaith and Llangrannog, two other popular coves linked by the Wales Coast Path and a network of quiet wooded lanes. Dark Skies Discovery Site

Keep Wales TidyNational Trust

 
West Dale Bay

West Dale Bay has a sandy and pebbly beach on St Ann's Head with limited, quite difficult access via a steep cliff path. It is renowned for surfing and strong currents.

In or near Milford Haven

Green Coast Award

 
Penrhyn Bay

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

 
Bracelet Bay

Limeslade Bay is a small cove just to the west of Bracelet Bay in the south-east corner of the Gower Peninsula, near Swansea.

 
Criccieth Promenade Beach

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

Blue Flag Wales