Porth Towyn Beach
Porth Towyn Beach is located near the small village of Tudweiliog, on the northern coast of the beautiful Lleyn (Llŷn) Peninsula. This is one of the more remote beaches in the area, but also one of the loveliest. There isn’t a great deal around here except the small caravan site and farm just behind the beach.
The beach itself is a small bay flanked and backed by gently sloping grassy cliffs. These provide enough shelter from the wind, but the beach is also exposed enough to pick up some surf.
The sand at Porth Towyn ‘squeaks’ when you tread on it, as it does at its more famous neighbour, Whistling Sands.
There are various parking spots nearby, including at the farm, but it’s often easier just to park in Tudweiliog village and make the 10 minute walk down to the beach.
Type of beach
Dogs friendly beach?
Dogs are not allowed on the beach between 1st April and 30th September - inclusive
OS grid ref.
SH 2306 3750
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Porth Towyn Beach Reviews
HJREJun 23rd 2022
Lovely beach - one of our favourites
Nice beach, too many dogs.
KevinAug 31st 2022
This beach is a very nice beach with easy access and a cafe. It would have been a five star, unfortunately, even though there is a sign saying no dogs allowed, there were dozens of them, many without leads.