The beach at Criccieth sweeps round to a headland, with its own 13th Century Castle at its head. There’s a promenade behind the beach and the town has all the facilities you’ll need. Popular for boating, the rocky beach extends to the east, becoming shingle and finally sand, stretching away to Tremadog Bay. As usual for many North Wales beaches, a slipway gives good access to the water for sailing enthusiasts.
The beach as a place of transition for Charlotte.
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A view of the beach at Criccieth.