Trefor Beach
Trefor Beach
  • Address Beach Road
    LL54 5LB

Trefor Beach

Trefor Beach and the harbour were once an extremely important part of the granite industry in Wales. Granite from the large local quarry was once transported between Trefor and Europe.

The beach is a mixture of pebbles and sand and, although protected by the headland, the area still receives strong winds from the northwest side. Conditions mean that Trefor is less of a sunbathing and sandcastle-building beach and more of a place of historical interest. In the local area, you’ll find the Church of St Beuno which forms part of the Pilgrims’ route.

Trefor is also popular with experienced surfers due to the large swell running outside of the harbour walls.

The pier here stretches 200 metres out to sea and is frequented by local fishermen.

Spend a day of fun in the sunshine at Trefor Beach…

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