Fairbourne Beach
Fairbourne Beach
  • Address Fairbourne Beach
    North Wales
    LL38 2EJ

Fairbourne Beach

The golden sands of Fairbourne are backed by a bank of pebbles and grassy dunes and face across to stunning rocky headland.

The west side of the beach receives strong winds, making it an ideal place for windsurfing, surfing and sailing. The beach features tank traps, known as ‘Dragon’s Teeth’, used to stop the enemy from landing here during WWII.

The Fairbourne Railway runs to the end of the beach and connects to a ferry that sails to Barmouth on the other side of the estuary. Dogs are banned at Fairbourne Beach between April and September.

Visit Fairbourne Beach on your next trip to North Wales…

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