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All reviews plenty of space large pebbles car park lovely sand sand dunes flat sand blue flag public toilets gentle waves four hours rock pools sea defences bar cafe ice cream seaside resort north wales great for kids
The beach stretches for about 2 km behind the dunes and narrow gauge railway. It is mainly sandy and offers views both to the south and the north across the Mawddach estuary to Barmouth. Behind the beach there is a fine view up the river...More
Returned here with my family as a trip down memory lane for myself..so glad we did ! It's a beautiful quiet safe beach , the sea was warm and calm. There are some large rocks to climb over by the dragons teeth , but once...More
Can't believe I missed this glorious beach on past visits to Wales.With a section for dogs this beach is stunning with golden sand.
Unfortunately access is tricky as the disabled ramp was lost in recent floods so large rocks and shingles must be negotiated.
The beach has a bit of a steep drop down a rock strewn approach so accessibility is tricky if you are infirm or carrying a lot of stuff. Don’t do it in flip flops because I got through three pairs in three days.
Wonderful place for all ages, with the added attraction for the Fairbourne narrow gauge railway and the Fairbourne - Barmouth Ferry (not that I saw it, just the waiting rooms)
Great views of mountains, turquoise sea and Barmouth on the other side of the estuary.
After climbing down the stones (sea defences) this is the perfect beach. It doesn't get too busy, unlike neighbouring resorts. Lots of lovely sand, beautiful mountain scenery, clean public toilets, plenty of parking close to the beach and a huge choice of ice cream close...More
I was exploring with my pooch! I drove to the right down the long road adjacent to the dunes and rail track...parked up and then me and my pooch hopped over the track, up the sand dune, over the cobbles and on to the glorious...More
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I didn't see any "dog" signs. Locally to me its the main summer months where there are sections on the beach for dogs and sections for NO dogs. If you haven't had an answer check with the local tourism, the Fairbourne... More
I didn't see any "dog" signs. Locally to me its the main summer months where there are sections on the beach for dogs and sections for NO dogs. If you haven't had an answer check with the local tourism, the Fairbourne Railway folk maybe able to assist