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Swum here during recent heat wave in early July. The top six inches of water was deliciously warm . At high tide the water is deeper sooner than the east beach the other side of Criccieth castle. Even wading out there it is so shallow...More
Visited this beach twice and had a good stroll. There is a walk which you can do from near the railway crossing near Dylans Art Deco Restaurant Criccieth which follows the railway traverses a small peninsula and enables you to walk back into Criccieth via...More
Not much to say really about this beach. It's small and unsuitable for children because of the deep water and lack of sand. It's a steep slope down to the beach from the road and tough going back up again, for somebody elderly.
It's a rather unassuming beach with no outstanding features. Mostly rocky and pebbly.
However, it's worth taking a walk along the coast to where the river exits into the sea. The river has dug a channel into the beach. The very fast flowing and wide...More
We regularly walk on this beach but it is very hard underfoot as it is very stony.
It’s worth it for the views around the bay.
Only problem this time of year is inconsiderate dog walkers who do not pick up after there animals!!! Who...More
A wet windy day doesn't give the best, but the beach was secluded and looked very clean and safe. Pretty coloured houses along the seafront. The two beaches are not connected but are very easy to get to each one.
My Hubby took me here on a lovely sunny Mother's Day. We parked on Marine Drive which is free - the small car park is now pay and display (£1 for 4 hours). It is a good picnic spot as there are wooden benches/tables and...More