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Ferryside Beach forms part of the Taff Estuary and is a made up of a long strip of sand mixed with tidal marshes. The beach is located on the River Tywi which is a relatively secluded part of Dyfed. Set across the estuary is the imposing Llansteffan Castle.
The beach itself consists of a narrow area of golden sand backed by dunes. In years gone by the beach would have been a popular place to come to pick cockles and you can still explore the pools along the shore line here and search for sea life.
Ferryside beach is a quiet spot and many tourists don’t travel here. So if you are looking for a spot to soak up the serene atmosphere of this part of Wales then Ferryside is a great pick.
Type of beach
Dogs friendly beach?
No dog restrictions.
OS grid ref.
SN 3058 1035
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