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I would really recommend this beach to anyone to go and visit. If you are a National trust member it's free to park but reasonably priced if you aren't. The views are stunning and it has to be the best beach in Wales. The cafe...More
Absolutely beautiful bay with free parking if you are a national trust member, you will need your membership card to scan. The bay was stunning with a lovely little cafe on the beach that offered a choice of hot drinks and snacks, only had a...More
The LLeyn Peninsular is a strange place. Historically remote, a bastion of Welsh Language and culture. a landscape of living myth and legend. Every single track lane hides a secret. Every isolated location a surprise. Until 20 years ago you couldnt buy an alchohlic drink...More
Whistling sands they may be - but they didn't whistle for us! That being said, this is a glorious sandy beach backed by cliffs and a good centre for walking. It is also peaceful with no facilities other than the toilets in the car park...More
...... no dogs allowed which is NOT shown in the NT handbook and it’s s long drive from (well anywhere) to arrive and be told no dogs. Pathetic ........
That aside, it’s idyllic.....and our angst was saved by the great beach cafe (dogs allowed) where...More
Stunning beach in lovely surroundings.Fantastic walks around.
Be aware the walk from the beach is uphill so if anyone is slightly infirm to bear this in mind.
The cafe is very good with delicious scones and coffee which we really enjoyed.
We didn't have a great deal of time, so paid a visit whilst passing. Typical of a National Trust managed site. £4 to park irrespective of how long, we would just spent an hour there, but refused to pay the parking, at least stagger the...More
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There is no part of the beach where dogs are allowed I am afraid from May till September. You can take them down the road as far as the cafe and it's OK to sit outside the cafe with your dog but you can't take them on the... More
There is no part of the beach where dogs are allowed I am afraid from May till September. You can take them down the road as far as the cafe and it's OK to sit outside the cafe with your dog but you can't take them on the beach at all.
Hi, from where you are, go to Nefyn, then Nefyn to Tudweillog, and follow the Tudweillog to Aberdaron road, and then look for signs for Porthor. This should take you to the car park, then just walk down the road, very... More
Hi, from where you are, go to Nefyn, then Nefyn to Tudweillog, and follow the Tudweillog to Aberdaron road, and then look for signs for Porthor. This should take you to the car park, then just walk down the road, very sloping, down to the whistling sands beach