Parked in national trust car park, as members it's free, or you can pay at machine on your way in, this car park can get busy, so be early. Always known of this place but first visit here. Short walk from car park, down some steps or if disabled you could go back out the car park at entrance then go down the tarmac road, this is steep so take care on foot/ wheel chair, the steps come out opposite a toilet block, the toilets weren't that clean and look well used, ( could be updated).
You then have a short walk down to the beach, where the road stops to a gravel/ shingle start to beach, it's also an exit for a stream coming onto the beach. There is also a cafe at this area that looked ok but we didn't use it, so can't give a verdict.
The beach is sandy and vast with plenty of space, being adventurous pays off as we first took of our shoes and walked into the very shallow water ways that had been left by the tide, to find a lovely smaller beach that can't be seen at the start of the beach, this was like paradise with a nice view looking towards Porthmadog/ snowdonia. All in all a very pleasant day trip just watch for the tide coming in if you go exploring.
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