Ferryside Beach

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

Sandy

Lifeguard service

No

Dogs friendly beach?

Dogs allowed

No dog restrictions.

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Nearest town

Kidwelly

Postcode

SA33 4TA

OS grid ref.

SN 3058 1035

Parking

Please note there is no public parking on the foreshore. The Foreshore is owned by the River Towy Yacht Club and is private land.

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