The eastern beach at Criccieth backed by a promenade is south facing, pebbly and popular with families.
Cwm Idwal was the first officially recognised National Nature Reserve in Wales; it was given this status by the Nature Conservancy Council in 1954. Along with Cadair Idris, Cwm Idwal was a favourite haunt of Charles Darwin.
A large expanse of beach with vast areas of sand from mid-tide level. The beach offers exceptional views of the Llyn Peninsula and Llanddwyn Island.
A two mile stretch of sand backed by steep pebble banks and surrounded by the Snowdonia National Park.
A long sandy beach with rocky breakwaters and a promenade at the western end of Prestatyn.
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A large area of sand dunes and foreshore located between Prestatyn and Gronant.
Gwaith Powdwr is a decommissioned explosive works, which was taken over by the North Wales Wildlife Trust in the late 1990's and is now a flourishing nature reserve.
Teithia’ Gwydyr Tours is a new social enterprise based in the rural heart of the Upper Conwy Valley.
A sandy bay in the shadow of the steep Mynydd Tir-y-Cwmwd headland near Abersoch.
Llandanwg beach is just south of Harlech; the village is famous for its church which stands just a stone's throw from the sea.
A long sandy beach at the eastern end of Red Wharf Bay on Anglesey.
An excellent, sandy beach backed by forest and extensive dunes at the south-western tip of Anglesey.
A sheltered beach with a long Victorian pier and wide promenade.
A sandy beach, backed by a promenade, popular with holidaymakers and offering a quieter alternative to the bustle of Llandudno's other beaches.
A pebbly beach at high tide with low tide revealing a long, open stretch of sand; it is backed by a long promenade with shops and cafes.
Long sandy and rocky rural beach on the shore of the Menai Straits near Beaumaris.
A glorious sandy beach with sand dunes and rock pools, popular with families and for watersports.
A man-made reservoir situated at th western end of the town near the mouth of the Clwyd estuary.
Moelfre beach is in a pretty shingle bay that adjoins the village and is popular for sailing, fishing, boating and picnics.