Tywyn Beach is found in Snowdonia, just outside of the town from which it takes its name. The golden sands are magnificent, stretching for just over five miles, all the way along to the pretty little harbour of Aberdyfi, which is itself a lovely place to visit.
The beach has been awarded the prestigious Blue Flag, meaning it has been recognised by the Foundation for Environmental Education for its safety, cleanliness, and good water quality. This means you can pack your towels and your bucket and spade sets and head to the beach, and not have to worry about litter or pollution.
It is a fantastic beach for just about everything, though the waves are only good enough for surfing now and then. When it comes to walks along the coast, swimming in the sea, taking in spectacular views of Cardigan Bay and Snowdonia, playing a game of beach volleyball or even trying your hand at skimboarding, you’d be hard pressed to find a better beach than Tywyn.
Dog restrictions do apply, so make sure you check in advance. It’s a great place for families, with a café and toilets nearby, as well as an amusement arcade and a lovely promenade.
Located in Gwynned, in the north of the seaside village of Tywyn, you can't miss this expansive beach surrounded by dunes. There is parking available nearby.
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The cinema is an obvious choice when the weather is grim, but why not try something a little different on your next trip? The Magic Lantern has been part of Tywyn since 1893 and was first used as the town assembly rooms and for badminton practise and variety performances.
Aberdovey Golf Club is set within the beautiful area of the Snowdonia National Park, more specifically just outside of the village from which it takes its name, which you will find in the county of Gwynedd in North Wales.
You will find the lovely Barmouth Beach towards the south of Snowdonia – it is the most popular beach resort in the area. It attracts a great many visitors all through the summer months, but it is fortunately a large beach, which means it never becomes too crowded. Don’t worry: you’ll have plenty of space to put your towels down!
Choose a cottage in the Snowdonia area for qucik access into the Snowdonia National Park. From remote cottages overlooked by soaring mountains to cottages in small villages you can find the right level of "countryside" for you.
Find somewhere to let in town. Towns offer the convenience of shops, restaurants and other ammenities whilst you're never far from the countryside.
A popular area for holiday makers this has something for everyone - beaches, scenery and plenty of things to do.