Popular Victorian seaside resort with long beach of sand and shingle and promenade seafront walk with cafes, shops and kiosks. Local attractions include Dinosaur World, Eirias park, and the Welsh Mountain zoo.
This is a small and secluded stretch of sand with rocky outcrops nestling on the south side of the village of Aberdour. Its natural features make it popular with the visitor and locals alike providing an ideal natural retreat.
Silver Sands offers the freshness and variety of the seaside as well as the peace and tranquillity of the countryside. The shoreline has views to the Islands of Inchmickery and Inchcolm where there is a famous Abby. The Fife coastal path passes by this beach.
Pebbles and extraordinarily dark sand made of pounded grey slate form this rural beach. The same slate gives a brilliant deep blue colour to the water in the 'Blue Lagoon'. A beautiful little harbour - a breached quarry - just to the north of the beach.
A rural unspoilt uncrowded beach. Some fantastic coastal paths with magnificent scenery. Near the village is the sea-bound church of Saint Cwyfan which dates back to the 7th Century. At low tide vistors can walk to the far side of the bay.
A remote rural beach with a pebble bank, backed by earthed cliffs. Low tide exposes tree stumps buried in the sand - the remains of a forest drowned by a sudden flood as an ice sheet melted 8000 years ago. The stumps have been perfectly preserved by salt.
The picturesque village resort of Aberporth overlooks two sandy beaches and is one of Ceredigion's favourite holiday destinations. Rock pools are exposed at low tides and the cliff top walks along the Ceredigion Coast offer amazing views.
Abersoch is a long sandy beach, renowned centre for sailing and watersports. Boat trips are available to St Tudwal and Bardsey Island, giving spectacular views and ample oppurtunity to see the myriad wildlife.