This beach sits at the northern edge of the mouth of Tremadog Bay, so its inter-tidal nature makes this a haven for wading birds. There are campsites and a local shop nearby, plus excellent walking in the area. The beach is flat, expansive and sandy, backed by an atmospheric ring of hills. Both boating and bird watching are popular here, with enthusiasts windsurfing in the bay and kite surfing on the beach. The slipway makes boating and sailing straightforward.
What the beach means to Carina and Mark.
Derek and Alun’s role at Black Rock Sands.
…and in Welsh.
Acres of space in a natural setting.