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In this 'you may also like' section we attempt to answer what else can I do? Here you have a list by order of being the closest some more beaches, things to see and do, places to eat and upcoming events.
- Porth Dinllaen beach is a sandy, gently shelving beach that has rock pools. Porth Dinllaen is a small harbour village situated on the Llyn peninsula in Gwynedd that due to the lack of modern development is often used in films. You also have another small beach to the north by the Porth Dinllaen lifeboat station. Owned by the National Trust you can’t take a car into the village. You will need to go to Morfa Nefyn and then follow the signs to the National Trust car park. There are steps down to the beach from where you can cross the sands to PorthDinllaen. Facilities include pub, car park a short walk away and harbour.
- Penllech beach is an unspoilt wide sandy beach and at high tide it all but disappears whilst at low tide you have rock pools to explore. The beach is unspoilt and not very busy in part due to the lack of facilities, and can be popular with surfers when conditions are right. You have a choice of parking either set back from the middle of the beach and a short walk to the sea or to head for Porth Colman (has a slipway) and walk along the coast back to the beach. You can click street view on our interactive map and explore the options. Be careful as the tide comes in and as the beach disappears you can get cut-off.
- Llanbedrog beach and it’s colourful beach huts is a large sandy sheltered beach with views of Cardigan Bay, adjacent to woods. The beach is managed by the National Trust. Popular for watersports, although as it is sheltered it is not for the serious enthusiast. Dolphins and Porpoises may be seen in nearby waters. Facilities include the National Trust car park, toilets and beach hut hire.
- Trefor beach is alongside a small harbour and is sandy with some pebbles and rocks, situated on the north coast of the Llyn Peninsula in Gwynedd. You will sometimes see people surfing on the far side of the harbour. Facilities include car parking, slipway, toilets and an emergency phone by the beach and harbour, whilst the village has a small shop.
- Pwllheli beach is a very long stretch of south facing sand on the Llyn Peninsula and is also known as Pwllheli South Beach. The beach starts out at the marina and stretches for approximately 3 miles to Llanbedrog and as you move away from the town you have a beautiful remove beach. Pwllheli is known as the unnoficial capital of the Llyn Peninsula. Parking on the road behind the beach, toilets, promenade, beach shop and Pwllheli has a harbour.
- Warren Beach is a large sandy beach to the north of the river estuary and runs from Harbour beach in the south past the Warren holiday park and onto Llanbedrog Headland. Number of options to access Warren beach. To the north you have a small car park just below the headland, towards the centre and south you can park in lay-bys and take public footpaths to the beach. Alternative you can park in Abersoch and walk along the shore.
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