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. Easy-access beaches Hassle-free days out for wheelchair users and families with pushchairs. My search for Wales‘ top lighthouse Alf Alderson has scoured the whole of Wales looking for the perfect lighthouse. He’s even written a book about them. So what’s his verdict? Brilliant beach ideas We’ve got award-winning beaches all along our coastline and lots of ideas for larking about on them. Punch & Judy on the beach, Llandudno The beach at Abermawr, Pembrokeshire Investigating rockpools in the Llŷn Peninsula, Snowdonia Donkeys on Barmouth Beach, Snowdonia Collecting shells at Point of Ayr, Prestatyn Making sandcastles on the beach in Anglesey Land yachting on Cefn Sidan Beach, Carmarthenshire Newport, Pembrokeshire Wreck of the Helvetia, Rhossili Bay, Gower Grey seal at Mwnt, Ceredigion Watch Punch and Judy Beach foraging Go rockpooling Ride a donkey Collect shells Build sandcastles Fly a kite Go crabbing Explore a shipwreck Watch wildlife 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.