Fontygary Bay Beach (Vale of Glamorgan)

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  • Information

    Fontygary (Ffontygari) Bay beach is a pebble and sand beach backed by cliffs with rock pools.

    Fontygary Park holiday camp offers bars, play areas, indoor pool and health club plus luxury holiday homes for sale or hire. Bar on the Bay is open to the general public Friday and Saturday evenings.

    We have no current information on dog restrictions for Fontygary Bay Beach.

    Why not check other beaches nearby as we have no beaches around Barry, 13 beaches in Vale of Glamorgan, or check our list of Vale of Glamorgan Dog Friendly Beaches.

  • Beach Water Quality

    No water quality measurement available for Fontygary Bay Beach.

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    1 Review on “Fontygary Bay Beach (Vale of Glamorgan)”

    • Brian Neale
      11 months ago

      We visited Fonygary bay quite often when we were young many years ago walking over the pebbles on the beach was something and the back drop to the beach was awesome too one had to be careful of falling rock from the cliffs there was a small cafe a souvenir shop and a grass covered car park and a walk down to the pebbled beach.

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