Top beaches to visit in Wales
Some of the best beaches in the world are waiting for you to discover on the Welsh coast. We care for 133 sections of the Welsh coast including the recently voted 'best beach in Britain', Rhossili. Here are our top five suggestions for you to enjoy:
Porthdinllaen, Llyn peninsula
This remote picture-postcard village is accessed by walking over a mile of sandy beach. Enjoy a drink or a meal at the Ty Coch Inn, the pub on the beach, and swim, sail or kayak in the sheltered waters of the bay.
Rhossili beach, Gower peninsula
A spectacular highlight in an amazing area of outstanding natural beauty,and Britian's best beach. Rhossili is where you can take a long walk, go surfing or just take in the beautiful views which featured on Doctor Who and Torchwood.
One of Ceredigion’s best-kept secrets, this beautifully secluded sandy cove lies down leafy lanes lined with flower-covered banks. When you fancy a break from swimming and sunbathing, why not visit the little café just behind the beach?
Porthoer, Llyn Peninsula
With its famous ‘Whistling Sands’ this secluded gem is without doubt one of the most beautiful on the Llyn Peninsula. If you need provisions for that perfect beach picnic, visit Mair Fish’s little beach café and shop.
Barafundle Bay, Pembrokeshire
For the perfect day on the beach, why not visit this wonderful South Pembrokeshire beach…Once voted the best beaches in the world, Barafundle is the perfect location to get away from it all.
Morfa Bychan, Ragwen Point, Carmarthenshire
This away-from-it-all pebble beach is only a short walk over the headland from the popular Carmarthenshire resort of Pendine. Notice the curious concrete constructions at the back of the beach. Did you know that Winston Churchill may have visited these Second World War D-Day practice structures?
Porth Dafarch, Anglesey
This perfect crescent of golden sand is bounded by thrift-covered headlands and nestles in the west coast of Holy Island, near Holyhead on Ynys Môn (Anglesey). A visit to this lovely beach can be extended by a visit to the nearby RSPB information point and the dramatic South Stack lighthouse.
A perfect hidden cove of golden sand, tucked into the folds of the Ceredigion coast, one of Wales’ most unspoilt coastlines. A simple white-washed Celtic church and breathtaking views from the ‘Mwnt’ hill is a must for anyone visiting this part of Wales.
Freshwater west, Pembrokeshire
This wild and unspoilt south-Pembrokeshire beach is Wales’ foremost surfing destination and is backed by dunes and wetlands of outstanding wildlife value.
Traeth Llanbedrog, Llyn Peninsula
The mile-long beach at Llanbedrog is the perfect location for a family day on the beach, being sheltered and gently shelving. Whilst you’re here, why not add an extra dimension for your beach holiday by renting a beach hut? To book a hut contact: 07814 435437.