This National Trust beach is backed by colourful beach huts, but retains a natural feel. The beach is sandy, with a wooded backdrop and sitting in the shadow of the steep Mynydd tir-y-cwmwd headland, A short walk to the headland rewards the visitor with spectacular views, from where you can watch and listen to oyster catchers and curlew in their natural environment. Behind the beach are beautiful heathland landscapes, teeming with wildlife.
What Sarah sees at the beach.
A fine sandy beach on the Llyn peninsula.