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A wide, north facing, sandy beach which is gently sloping and interspersed with groynes. It adjoins Barkby and Ffrith beaches in a 4 mile stretch of sand.
A vast expanse of sand with landscaped dune areas and exceptional views to Cardigan Bay; seafront promenade and child friendly beach.
The Rhinogydd are steep rocky mountains located east of Harlech; the Reserve lies at the centre of this mountain range. There are various paths and a network of unofficial routes leading to the summits and along skylines.
Opposite the top of the High Street, this is Rhyl's busiest beach where bathing is encouraged.
Stretching from the coastguard station and onto Old Golf Road, Rhyl East has its own craft zone for beach sport activities.
Splash Point is Rhyl's dog friendly beach where dogs can stretch their legs at anytime.
Situated at the west end of Rhyl from the Harbour to The Village, this is where the town’s harbour is located.
A wetland nature reserve on the banks of the Conwy estuary, and easily accessible from the A55 and railway station. A place to discover nature - not just birds!
Arthog Bog is located between Dolgellau and Fairbourne and is a small wetland and a wonderful place to see weird and wonderful plants, flowers, butterflies and birds.
Enjoy a close-up view onto a wonderful cliff-side nesting colony, with binoculars and telescopes provided. You'll be able to watch guillemots, razorbills and puffins all raising their young.
Sandy Cove Beach, Kinmel Bay is a fine north facing sandy beach backed by a narrow promenade used by walkers and cyclists.
Based in North Wales & boasting stunning views of the unspoilt Welsh countryside, including Cardigan Bay & the Snowdonia National Park, Shell Island is one of Europe’s largest Campsites. Catering for all the family with excellent facilities
Silver Bay is a beautiful, remote beach facing south into Cymyran Bay. The beach is wide and sandy with rocky outcrops to clamber over and plenty of opportunities for rock pooling.
The Snowdon National Nature reserve covers a massive 1,671 hectares, and it is home to arctic plants that have survived there since the end of the last glaciation approximately 12,000 years ago.
A large bay south-wse of Benllech which at low tide forms an extensive area of fine sand and is a designated nature reserve.
Also known as Benar Beach, Tal-y-Bont forms part of the large sand system of Morfa Dyffryn.
The smaller of two beaches in Cemaes; a mostly sandy beach with several rock pools.
A large sandy beach with few rocks on the west coast of Anglesey, close to the centre of Rhosneigr.
Located on the south side of Rhosneigr, this beach is a long stretch of flat sand, backed by impressive dunes and with rocky outcrops at either end.
A sandy beach with rockpools and a promenade offering a safe haven for children to explore.