Award-winning beaches in Wales Our coastline is among the cleanest and safest in the world. And we’re not just saying that – we’ve got the Blue Flags to prove it. Glorious coastal views Walkers, photographers, explorers and fossil hunters will love our wonderful coastal scenery. Easy-access beaches Hassle-free days out for wheelchair users and families with pushchairs. The light fantastic There are more than 30 lighthouses dotted around the Welsh coast, these are ten of our favourites. Glorious coastal views Walkers, photographers, explorers and fossil hunters will love our wonderful coastal scenery. Couples walking in Borth, Ceredigion Col-Huw Point, Glamorgan Coast Three Cliffs Bay, Gower Green Bridge of Wales, Pembrokeshire Herring sculpture in Fishguard, Pembrokeshire Great Orme Tramway, Llandudno Puffin eating sand eels on Skomer Island, Pembrokeshire St Govan's Chapel, Pembrokeshire Tenby Harbour, Pembrokeshire Trwyn Do Lighthouse, Anglesey Borth Sands, Ceredigion Col-huw Point, Llantwit Major beach Gower Peninsula from the air Green Bridge of Wales Fishguard, Lower Town Harbour Llandudno from the Great Orme Conwy Skomer Island, Pembrokeshire St Govans Chapel, Pembrokeshire Tenby Harbour, Pembrokeshire Trwyn Du Lighthouse, Anglesey View full list Seaside towns in North Wales Visit friendly resorts like Llandudno, Abersoch and Barmouth to enjoy the great British seaside at its best. 10 beaches for the kids Anyone who likes rockpooling, paddling and scoffing ice cream will love these safe, sandy beaches. 4 walks in Pembrokeshire Four fabulous strolls on the Pembrokeshire Coast Path.