Curving from the base of a rocky headland with views up to a 13th-century castle, Criccieth Beach is picture-perfect.
The headland provides plenty of shelters and the gently sloping beach is ideal for paddling, making this a popular beach with families. A promenade runs along the back of the beach with plenty of access points for wheelchairs and buggies.
Beyond the promenade is the small town of Criccieth where you’ll find shops, cafés and pubs. Criccieth is also popular with walkers thanks to its magnificent views of Cardigan Bay, the Snowdonia mountains and Mid Wales.
There is a dog ban between April and September at this beach.
Criccieth Beach promises to be a superb day out for all…