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Traeth Harlech Beach (© Crown copyright (2016) Visit Wales)

Harlech

Overlooking Harlech’s huge, peaceful beach is a symbol of past conflict – mighty Harlech Castle, a World Heritage Site. There’s good access to the beach from a 440 yard/400m path from the car park close to the railway line crossing. And it’s not just flat sand – the beautiful sand dunes here are a prized feature, the reason behind the area’s designation as a National Nature Reserve and Site of Special Scientific Interest. The beach is an ideal place for children to play and an even better spot for adults to sit back and relax. Near the beach there’s a shop, café and the internationally famous Royal St David’s Golf Club, one of Britain’s finest links courses. The beach can be found easily, thanks to many clear signs.

Facilities and Services

Surfing
Parking
Toilets
Emergency phone
Shop
Public transport
Camp site
Dog restrictions
Seaside award
Green Coast Award

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