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This is a great place for all ages and abilities.parking right on the sea front and a flat accessible promenade.Lovely parks,coffee shops and an amazing chippy which is cheap and does kid cones too.Lots of sculptures and things of interest to look at and the...More
With lots of parking available it was a breeze to get onto the promenade
There are plenty of places to sit and watch the waves
Could do with a bit more than a chip shop and ice cream parlour but more is available from a...More
We have the pleasure of living very close to this beach, and over the years it has had a lot of money spent on it, there can be a problem with parking when the weather is lovely, but the car parking is quite limited. There...More
Was pleasantly surprised during a random last minute trip to Aberavon with my 9 year old. Haven’t been there personally for years, and despite choosing a day when the weather wasn’t brilliant, so we weren’t able to enjoy the ‘splash park’, I was still suitably...More
Wonderful place! Huge, wide sandy beach and the Welsh Coast Path on the other side which is nice for walks and cycling .
The beach has designated areas for swimming, kite surfing, surfing.
Dogs are ok on the beach at certain parts and time of...More
A beautiful beach, just perfect for enjoying the sunshine. Sandy, plenty parking and life-guard patrolled at one end. Not too busy, not too commercialised, clean and ideal for a family visit. For the first time in a long time, the kids could go swimming in...More
Rose-tinted glasses? Maybe. I remember this beach during the 70’s and 80’s when it had high levels of pollution due to tankers cleaning out in the bay!
Today - no such problems exist. The beach and sea are clean, and when you get the weather,...More
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There is currently an order in effect which covers the Aberavon Beach and Promenade from 1st May - 30th September. This prohibits dogs from entering a designated part of the beach and requires dogs to be on a... More
There is currently an order in effect which covers the Aberavon Beach and Promenade from 1st May - 30th September. This prohibits dogs from entering a designated part of the beach and requires dogs to be on a lead at all times on the promenade; dog owners can be prosecuted for failure to comply with the order.
The Neath Port Talbot local council website has all the info you require regarding this. Unfortunately trip advisor won’t allow me to post a link to it. But if you google it it’s easy enough to find and you’ll have all your questions answered then.