Llandanwg Beach
Llandanwg Beach
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Llandanwg Beach

This sandy beach is famous for the tiny church of Saint Tanwg that sits behind the dunes at the back of the beach.

Llandanwg Beach is also a fishing hot spot, with fishermen known to catch bass, mackerel, flatfish and dogfish here. The beach is sheltered from the winds, making it a relaxing spot for some sandcastle building and crabbing in the rock pools at low tide.

At low tide, beachgoers can access Shell Island where a variety of wildflowers grow, and views of Cardigan Bay and the Snowdonia National Park can be enjoyed.

Over 200 different varieties of shells can also be discovered here. The beach gently shelves into the sea, making it a great spot for paddling, although there is no lifeguard stationed here and so caution is advised.

There is parking close to the beach and the Y Maes Café is just a stone’s throw away.

Llandanwg Beach promises to be a wonderful day out…

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